Sure, you can go to Wal-Mart, but oftentimes they don't have the exact office supplies I'm looking for. When it comes to mailers and miscellaneous office supplies, I always head to Staples. Located right next to J.C. Penney and the Movie Six, the customer service very cordial, and the lines are rarely long. At times, I feel as if I?m dealing with halfwits, but in general I am quite please with my shopping experience.
The owner comes off as detached, perhaps inorganic, but his staff remains very amicable and helpful. Here you can buy natural, organic groceries and vitamins, have a bite to eat, including soups, salads, and sandwiches) , and order a multitude of fruit, vegetable and espresso drinks. The prices are so-so, but its an integral part of old town Grants Pass and is worth a visit.
The largest coffee stand in the Illinois Valley, Coffee Heaven brews only organic coffee and espresso. Also, this location offers a friendly valley ambience, with plenty of area flyers and magazines to peruse while you await your beverage. The service is generally pleasant, and Coffee Heaven also offers smoothies, shakes, and assorted munchies. Also, this business features a rooftop angel, an item popular with vandals and thieves.
I mean, come on, isnt there the slightest subliminal hint about the name Bimor? My gut simply rolls every time I think about the name. Still, Bimor is the only place to buy reasonably priced smokes in CJ on a regular basis. They honor all manufacturer coupons, and the staff is always, always pleasant.
Okay so the titles cheesy, but really, this restaurant looks like a hole in the wall; in fact, this address seems to change owners often. Yet, Nacho Mamas has been around for a few years now and rightfully so. Its menu offers an array of Mexican-American delights, while never asking for a steep price. My personal favorite is the their veggie burrito, because I can stuff my gut without eating so much meat. Highly recommended!
While Eugene?s size and influence are diminutive compared to Portland?s city reach, this Oregon?s second largest city no less bustling. Being both a college town and the festival center of Oregon, Eugene is second to none when it comes to a city with true personality. The same personality permeates from the Fifth Street Public Market, where folks locally and from out of town shop, dine, and simply hang out. Much of the market?s shops are hobby-oriented, whether music, art & crafts or simply decorating. The food served by its little restaurants is generally superb and of very high quality.
I don't know much about fence building, but I do know an ugly or inappropriate fence from a solid, quality fence. Driving around the Illinois Valley, I've seen quite a few of their fences, even as they were constructing them. From what I've seen, they build all sorts of fences, including vinyl and wood. From other information I?ve looked at, their prices are extremely competitive, and the Good Neighbors crew are capable of doing huge jobs like livestock and property fences as well as small garden fences.
So there are two ways to apply for work at the Oregon Caves; one is through the US Government; the other is through the Illinois Valley Community Response Team (IVCRT). Unfortunately their ?response? is terrible. If you go into the office, someone is rarely there to help you. Once I recall shouting ?Hello, hello? from the lobby, and I heard employees chatting non-stop in the next room. It took 10 minutes for someone to assist me. Absolutely ridiculous. On another note, this is also where you go to apply for small business loans. That?s the absolute best thing about this place. The IVCRT recently moved next to Select Market in CJ; they used to be on Lister Street.
For one, I rarely shop here, but sometimes there is a sale on some of my favorite beers. The parking lot in front is terrible, and I have witnessed many near-accidents here. In addition, a substantial vagrant and otherwise unwholesome population both frequent the front and sides of the building, which may make some shoppers a bit nervous.
Selma Select is located on the corner of Redwood Highway and Deer Creek Road, a very convenient stop for those heading home for the day or simply passing through. I am not a huge fan of the Select stores, but it serves best as a convenience store. Also, at least once a week, the local Police Blotter reports fighting and other juvenile mayhem Selma Select?s parking lot.