Can you imagine a life without Wallyworld, Target, Sears  or KFC?  Does life on mars beyond the black stump exist?
A view time ago we argued this topic in comments and Bacon said: SNORT! A life without Target and Wallyworld? also Nikita couldn’t imagine a life without all the things what are common in daily life. So I decided to invite you to a tour to LOUDEAC, in Breton: Loudieg, in Gallo: Loudia – 
the next “city” near my Kraal. It has just under 10K noses and we always buy our daily needs there. For special needs we have to drive to St.Brieuc and when we have strange longings, like a shopping trip to IKEA or Hermès,  we drive to Rennes.
My dad said it’s better to drive in the late  evening, because then my mom has no change to waste money it’s somewhat cooler for me. Are you ready for a city tour? Yes?
Then jump into my Elephant Skate…skater and let’s go:

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I’ve heard yesterday Mollie had a misfortune where a ball, a dad and concrete was involved. Now she has an OUCHIE on her paws. Feel better soon, dear Mollie! Also I read that my beloved  Nylablue is seriously sick, she needs a house call –  all my best wishes and  a lot of  healing hugs to you and to all who need some good wishes.

About easyweimaraner

Weimaraner /Braque de Weimar, born in 2009, male & fabulous From: Britanny / France Likes: Plushtoy-Shredding, Spikebones,long distance Walks, everyday a Gift, Chicken, Shoes, Underwear, my squeekie Pig & my whole Life Dislikes: Water, Cats, Beaf, Cats, cleaning my Ears, Cats, the Vet, Cats, Snow & CATS! Profession: Student of psychological War-technics & Terrorism, after my Masterdegree i become to rule the world or maybe to be the owner of toys r us. actually i'm not sure... Status: Single Pets: Hell, NO! i prefer a petfree home. but owner of two slaves for my comfy Misc.: Greencardowner for Masterbed, Master of Beggin, Prince of Thiefs We decided to leave Easy's datas as they were... although we lost him in november 2016, he is still with us.... and his little brothers Phenny and Nelly promised to write on not as Easy the weim, but as easy Weimaraner... About us: Mr. Phoenix, born 9/9/2016 a virgo and always clever&smart...Neilson, born 7/28/2017 a leo who thinks he is clever&smart...

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  1. Wow Easy that sure was some HUGE supermarket, your shops are so different from ours..Thank youz for the lovely get well card, we will pop over to Nylablue and cheer her up xx0xx

    Mollie and Alfie

  2. finnhoward says:

    Wow, I love that blue roller skate. Can you go in it??! Have a good on E!

  3. fozziemum says:

    Wow Easy the 84hp elephant skater must have been groaning at the voyage to the bottom of the shops! poor mum must have been beside herself at her junkshop being closed…no joy! and I agree with the big ‘stooper-markets’ as I call them…you can end up with eyes like swirly lollipops and a wish to find the nearest cliff to jump off..you are lovely to be sending best wishes to our poor unwell and concrete affected friends..hope they both make good recoveries! and Happy birthday to your friend Nikita! Have a great day Easy hugs Fozziemum and gang…xxxx

  4. Did you Dad purposely move you to that part of the world Easy? Surely your Mum didn’t have any say in the location 😉

  5. Super U LOL. Your shops are so big. Happy shopping pal. Have a tremendous Thursday and stay cool.
    Best wishes Molly

  6. WOW Easy that’s the biggest grocery store I’ve ever seen – I’m sure my Mom would need bread crumbs to follow to the door out once she was in! She’d probably also need a helper to push one of the six carts full of food she’d probably buy. Looks like quite a nice area you live in though – thanks for the tour! Maybe I can get my Mom to do that one of these days – of course I won’t be WITH her during the tour since I hate being in a car but it might be fun to post pictures of “MY” town!

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

    • you could buy a headcam for your mom – then you can lead her to places you like without a car ride. Or you could do tactical air reconnaissance via hang glider :o)

  7. Dalton says:

    Wow thank you so much for the brilliant tour! I really enjoyed it – where are we going next??

  8. Madi and Mom says:

    Morning Easy!
    OMDs that gigantic skate set mom on one of those ‘when I was younger ‘ tales. She loved loved loved rink skating and oh that big shiny disco ball spinning in the middle of the rink.

    We send lots of purrs to those feeling less than purrfect and birthday wishes.
    hugs madi your bfff

  9. Goose says:

    I am sending all your friends so good thoughts and prayers. And hey thanks for the tour. Very interesting. I guess if I ever end up around your area I will know where to go and where to stay away from. And Easy how do you ride in the heel of the skate mobile? I am ALWAYS the copilot, Always.

    • Oh brother stay away from the junk store – you will get an elephant skater full of trashures and they want all your money for this stuff. I’m banned on the back sat, because I always try to help the pilot to find the best way, and hey, therefore we have co-pilots, right?- but they are ungrateful… pfff humans…

  10. Easy…. dat was a great window road-trip and commentary. Do you work at CNN?

  11. you know my Mom doesn’t care for Target and do you know she has NEVER been to “Wally World?” Unbelievable eh?

  12. PigLove says:

    Easy – you are awesome! I absolutely LOVED your field trip. It was really fantastic to see part of your world. This little piggy was amazed. You know who would love those green areas? Bashful! He loves to roll himself in the grass – says it relaxes him? XOXO – Bacon

  13. Hmmm that is quite a variety of places…but I think we like the countryside better

  14. Kyla says:

    Ugh. I had this picture in my head of a quaint French village but you ruined it with the pictures of the all-too familiar big box stores. The mediocrity is creeping all over the world. Oh for the one store boulangerie run by a family. The one store chain. We’re all getting Walmarted.

    • Sadly it is true – the box stores look all the same and the most small stores are closed. I hope we will find a place for a typical french tour with croissants, macarons wine and baguette :o)

  15. I’ve never a Lidl as big as that, in here most are really small.
    They have fame of selling crap, I’ve never been to one.
    Your dad getting you into the car it’s a very funny picture.

    • We use the Lidl only for the “basics” – the needful things like chocolate and ice cream we buy at leclerc. I’m also not a fan of Lidl, because they were the only chain wo didn’t remove the contaminated horsemeat products – the made it just cheaper. I always need a gangway for the car :o)

  16. Frankie and Ernie says:

    Hey EASY…. we have one of those ALDI stores in the city near us… Mom will NOT go there though beclaws she claims that her feet STICK TO THE FLOOR. Don’t know what the Means exactly butt she said ONCE was MORE than enough fur HER… she didn’t even buy anythingy…

    We love the tour of your stores and your countryside. It is FUN to see how we all live.
    Wonder why they won’t let you PILOT??? Your legs would reach the peddles UNLIKE ours… BaaaaaWaaah;.
    PeeS….. I am staying UP WIND of Ernie fur the next 87 days!!

    • Sadly my feet are also not long enough… but I could use a stone for the loud pedal and the elephant skate has a hand brake :o) I agree for the Aldi with your mom – I hope she got all of her annual shots before she entered this store :o)

  17. Great tour Easy! Mom sympathizes on the BIG grocery store. Her favorite food store built a new bigger store and now she doesn’t like to shop there, cause it is TOO BIG, can’t find what she wants. But they have the cheapest prices so they still go there.
    Hugs and prayers to all our friends in need
    Bailey, Hazel & Greta

    • I think dogs should be allowed in this big markets – then our people would find the way out faster :o) The worst is, that you can’t call a rescue team, because you have no connection in this tin boxes :o)

  18. Clowie says:

    Thanks for the tour, Easy! I love that big skate!

  19. You get around Easy x

  20. Misaki says:

    You’re a great tour guide Easy:-)

  21. Brian says:

    We could all fit in that big skate! We sent lots of purrs to sweet Mollie and her ouchie, poor girl.

  22. Nice pictures of the touring you gave. It would be interesting to visit that part of the world you live in. 🙂

  23. Looks like a pretty cool little place but the parking lots don’t look very full. The pics with the windmills kind of remind me of what it looks like here in some areas.

    • My dad said we better make the tour in the evening, when the stores are closed (maybe he was afraid that my mom could enter her junk store). The wind thingies are very loud sometimes – they look scary to me :o)

  24. yeowzer!! Great tour Easy! We would luvluvluv to visit you. And we are purring up a storm right now for my good furriend Nylablue…Mom L sent some green papers to Miss S-E…to help Nylablue etc. paws crossed…we are waiting for an email update or FB post from Miss Sherri Ellen

    • I’m so sorry for Nylablue and I hope, hope, hope she will be well again. Before we go to bed tonight we think about Nylablue and her mom – maybe she will get our good wishes and helping thoughts?

  25. Two French Bulldogs says:

    Mom wants those roller skates
    Benny & Lily

  26. GizmoGeodog says:

    Before I got here, Momz & her dog Bruno lived down a dirt road in the absolute middle of nowhere…the nearest store (it was a Wallyworld) was over 20 miles away…She tells me she liked it like that

  27. Lee says:

    Hellooooo Easy ~ Oh I have an Aldi store near me. Very close to my home in my community I have a road called Beechmont Avenue and it has almost every store you could want on that road. All within three to ten miles. I like your wind power turbines, I don’t have any of those. I need wind today it is 101 hot as hades here.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog last week.
    Sweet William The Scot

  28. Very cool tour Easy!!! Wows, you have more box stores than we do!!! BOL
    Butts, we also have LOTS of small stores, and family owned stores. I like the variety. Sometimes you really can find better prices at the family owned stores! (well, at least our local pet store is actually cheaper than PetSmart! Love it.)
    Anyhu, I hopes you get to navigate somewhere where the pet store guy isn’t a douche bag! hehehe
    Happy Trails….
    Ruby ♥

    • Sadly the most of our small stores are closed and replaced with the box-shops. It was nice to talk with the store owner while you bought your stuff. I think I will order my toys and treats online – I’m not a fan of the elephant skate :o)

  29. Thank you for the tour sweet Easy. Oh, and we think you should be the pilot next time you go out. Hugs and nose kisses

  30. Hello, Easy – I’m so sorry we haven’t been around for a while. Blame our secretary… errr, I mean, Mum, for not spending more time on the computer doing her own thing, and not what me and Krissy want to do… 🙂

    We enjoyed your tour around your nearest Metropolis…. Mum says she can absolutely relate to your situation. Our nearest takeaway joint is a drive of an hour-and-a-half away, as is our nearest proper supermarket (in fact, our ONLY proper supermarket). Our tiny village (11 houses in the main street) has one ‘sell everything’ general store, a petrol pump, a café (closed for a couple of months in winter – which is NOW BOL) a tiny Post Office run by volunteers three days a week, and a village hall. That’s it. If Mum and Dad (or me and Krissy!) get a yearning for a pizza, Mum or Dad has to make it at home from scratch. Same goes for burgers (YUM!) and chips. 🙂

    Still, it’s nice and peaceful here, and I’m sure that’s the case where you live. Your village looks very pretty.

    Lots of love from Solo and Krissy 🙂 xx

    • Oh than your place is even smaller than my Kraal. But at least you have a petrol pump – ours is closed since last year and the first time we forgot this and had to walk or to ask the neighbor for petrol :o) we have a pub where you can buy pizza every friday :o)

  31. OwyheeStar says:

    Can you imagine a life without Wallyworld, Target, Sears or KFC? Does life on mars beyond the black stump exist?

    I have become difficult. ONce a year is my motto for Wallyworld. I had to go the other day, so no go at Christmas if possible. We don’t have a Target here, and ……….well I don’t want to say anything about Sears. I have other chicken I like better than KFC. I guess I am a total party pooper. I like smaller stores, ……..ones I can in and out quick. LOL

    • We too – except the junk-store, that’s my moms second residence . Sadly all the small stores where you know the owner and where you had a small talk while shopping are closed and we have only this shopping-boxes :o)

  32. GizmoGeodog says:

    Easy pal, you need to visit here today and read about Taj…she’s a beauty and a champion Weim hunting dog! http://slimdoggy.com/fitness-tips-for-hunting-dogs/#comment-2967

  33. kolytyi says:

    Where is a store for dogs??? Pfffff, humans, they always themselves in mind!!! Although, there is a toy store and a shoe store – you should look around in them! A short visit in the Super U would solve the problem of unnecessary pawrents for a while!

    • I’m afraid I wouldn’t see them until chistmas :o) This super u thingy is the endless labyrinth. we never visited this toy – store but it’s good idea for the next trip – thanks :o)

  34. LifeOfBun says:

    I LOVE Gifi. 😀 Ohhh I can brose there for ages… not a healthy store haha! Well it is, for the creativity in our brain. You’re such a good goggy for helping the hoomins shop Easy! I bet you tell them what food looks nice. You know, for their benefit of course.

  35. Sasha says:

    Very nice tour and thank you!

    Loveys Sasha

  36. spittythekitty says:

    That was a super-fun tour! It is really interesting to see parts of France besides all those millions of cute little streets-of-Paris pictures we always see! And YOU of course are totally the STAR!

  37. hello easy its dennis the vizsla dog hay wow those ar sum of the kleenest and nicest parking lots wot i hav ever seen!!! dont yore hyoomans throw their trash all over the playse there like the hyoomans heer do??? ok bye

    • Oh they do, maybe the humans are like dogs and leave trash-marks instead of pee-marks? Here the road sweepers have to remove the trash-marks of the bipeds every day.

  38. wyatt says:

    Shop Shop Shop! My mom would love to go on a tour with you, Easy!


    • hahaha I think all mom’s have the “shoperitis” – I was glad that all stores were closed while we were on tour – or we had to wait to this day for my mom :o)

  39. Nylabluesmum says:

    Hey Easy you sure have some interesting stores over there….we only have ‘Wallyworld’ here….we did not get a Target because we are not populated enough which is doggie poo!!! People drive for miles to come to Owen Sound to shop!!! We did get a Michael’s craft store (too pricey), A Winner’s (nice but also some higher prices) & we are getting a Value Village (which is a giant second hand store & wee have enough of those). That is the only problem with living ‘up country’…no decent stores…..I vaguley remember IKEA!!!! i could spend a day in IKEA & have lunch & snack & still have money when I left…..those were the days, lol!!!!
    Nylablue is slowly on the mend…..one day at a time!!
    Love Sherri-Ellen & Nylablue ❤

    • I agree – we are also not popular enough to get some new stores. My dad is a fan of this red sausages at ikea – he ate 11 of this red things while waiting for my mom :o)

      • Nylabluesmum says:

        Oh Easy I LOVED Ikea’s sausages…..yum!!!!
        It is a shame that some areas get all the freat stores & we get stuck with crummy stores…I am so sick of 2nd had stuff….I want NEW items!!!
        P.S.: Nylablue is stable!!!! Hurrah!!!

      • I’m so glad for you and Nylablue!!! That’s the best Friday-Message! I’m always sad too about this problem. Ok, IKEA is cheap – but when I have to drive 170 miles to the next store and have to lease a van for this distance – that’s NO bargain for me. btw: the chocolate cake from IKEA is great too :o)

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