... You go to the bookstore, right? Right! I've been wanting to revisit Buckhorn Books lately. When you've read all the used books you bought online last Christmas, and the ones you bought for your birthday in the summer, and you're out of new reading material, it's time to restock! Buckhorn Books, our local dusty, quiet, somnolent, quirky source for engrossing reading material, never fails to satisfy. But first: essentials! I realized recently that I had no copy of Pride and Prejudice in the house. Shocking! I used to have two copies. I think one was worn out, and one was swiped by a daughter and taken off to college. So I nabbed a copy of Austen's work first.
My favorite room at Buckhorn is the back bedroom (it used to be a house) filled with travel books, foreign books, Danish dictionaries, Italian cookbooks and works on mountain climbing. It's crazy :) And I found this piece of non-fiction:
And I found this:
Thank you again, Buckhorn Books! For $3, I have lots of mental stimulation and entertainment for the future.