Nancy and I were invited to join Jay/Stella C and Dan/Karen for lunch and shopping in Weatherford, TX at David’s Stove Shop.
We entered through a side door and were inside an inside/outside space. They had smokers and other BBQs in this space. The space had a roof system that was open on the ends to allow for ventilation as they actual demo the smokers and such. Really nice ones too. Traeger, Yoder and other brands.
As I mentioned, we were out for lunch too. David’s has a cafe in one corner of the building called “The Shed“. We had to wend our way through many rooms of “stuff” to get to the cafe. And when I say “stuff”, let your imagination run wild. It’s VERY hard for me to describe what this place it in terms of items for sale. It’s a real eclectic mix. I’ll try to describe it by simply listing some of the items I saw for sale there. Room after room 🙂
- Smokers and Grills
- Outdoor furniture of all types and materials
- Wood and pellet stoves of all makes, models and sizes
- Vintage style kitchen appliances (Heartland and other brands)
- Lodge Cast Iron ware, lots of it!
- Real wood fireplace hearths – long, short, typical and exotic
- Antiques of all kinds. Â I mean ALL kinds and copious amounts of it
We bought a bird feeder and some meat seasonings.
Now – back to “The Shed“… WOW – the food was super good! Â We all had sandwiches. Â I had the Club and it was fantastic! Â Then a couple of us had the Cowboy pie. Â It was chock full of everything. Â Nancy and I were so full from our lunch we could barely split our slice of pie. Â I think Jay and Stella felt the same way.
This evening, we visited with neighbors gathered outside at their RVs, then later, a group of 12 of us went to the rally hall to play dominoes.
We had 2 lively tables of 6 playing. We played until just past 11 pm. Fun times.