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One of The Mouse’s go-to places not-so-small-kid time (think teen years) was Rainbow Drive-In. Their boneless chicken with gravy was the bomb!

Restaurant has franchised, a location on the way to or back from Costco makes access a little easier. Hee hee.

Restaurant listed a student special #2, The Mouse inquired if he could order, the server didn’t say no.

The Mouse and The Cat shared.

Chili and Rice Bowl

Chunky ground beef. Mmm. A close second to Zippy’s vegetarian chili. Same but different. Apples and oranges. Hee hee.

Fries

Pretty large portion. The Cat and The Mouse shared.

Slush Float

Strawberry slush with soft-serve ice cream. First time try for The Cat. Slush float used to be one of The Mouse’s favorites. But then, he developed lactose intolerance. Sigh.

At first, The Cat thought the slush float would be too sweet without trying. Result is The Cat liked. Paws up.

All three as a combo, less than eight bucks. Cheap eats!

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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Cheap Eats

7-Eleven, currently conveniently located en route between home and contract work. Dunno if that’s a good thing or a bad thing, maybe a little of both. Hee hee.

The Mouse’s Lunch

Hawaiian Weiner Musubi and fried fish musubi, both just over five dollars. Cheap eats. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Cheap and Colorful

Another extended day at the contract job. Late lunch. The Mouse kinda grabbed whatever was in reach. Cold chow mein in the refrigerated reduced at the grocery store.

Cheap Eats

Half-priced, deal. A couple of minutes in the toaster oven. Mmm. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Lunches from the nearby grocery store.

Stuffed Pollock, Grilled Beef

The Mouse didn’t realize the fish had cheese in it until too late. The lactase pill sorta helped but The Mouse still experienced a little (tiny bit) tummy discomfort. Sigh. The Mouse did enjoy the meal, just suffered a little afterward.

Roast Beef with Gravy, Furikake Salmon

The Mouse enjoyed this meal too. No dairy this time. 🙂

Usually, The Mouse would save some of the fish for The Cat but in these instances, The Cat would consider these fish overcooked. The Cat can be fussy with seafood, very cat-like. Hee hee.

So, both lunches total cost a little over 5 dollars total each meal. Cheap eats.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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More Cheap Eats

Actually, The Mouse wanted coffee, MickyD’s dollar coffee. But since Subway was nearby, got the daily special too.

Dollar Coffee
Subway Turkey Sandwich

The coffee lasts three to four days. Both items less than five bucks. Cheap eats. (:

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

p.s. To all veterans, a sincere thank you.

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