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“Never Say Die” Drive-Thru Eggs

Today I went through the “Never Say Die” Nursery drive-thru for some local, free-range eggs. My friend Fe and her family have been running the nursery for years and is my favorite place for local eggs. It’s pretty cool to just drive-thru and honk for service. I brought along a couple of egg cartons I had at home (to give them) and a container for whatever other goodies I would maybe get. “Never Say Die” is a no-spray nursery. Luckily for me they had some carrots for sale! They taste like the ones my parents used to grow in our garden. Remember way back when food tasted like food. The eggs are so fresh so I grabbed a couple dozen for my fridge.

There is something to knowing where your food is coming from. Do you know where your eggs come from?


About stephanieough

Wife, mom, concerned citizen of the earth. Striving towards intentional living rather than blindly following. Former Education Specialist for a corporation, I have now taken a step back to spend time with my family and work closer to home. Hoping to reduce our waste through refusing, reducing and reusing so that we will not have to recycle as much. Also, I love to explore zero-waste fast food and take pictures of my sucesses. I'm a fan of British comedies like Red Dwarf and Black Adder, Kevin Smith and his movies, Asian food, documentaries, biographies and going to Las Vegas on vacation. If someone told me I could only listen to the Beatles for the rest of my life I would die happy.


3 thoughts on ““Never Say Die” Drive-Thru Eggs

  1. Your blog is really inspiring Stephanie! Good on ya for persisting. We’ve also been getting rid of junk at home and it really is an exhaustive process. I’ll be tossing my reusable mug in my bag today 😉

    Posted by Janet brisson | July 16, 2011, 8:46 am

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