While we wait for 'The Font' to surface, Angus and Sophie take the opportunity to head off to the greengrocers. We'll be the first there. A routine we've adhered to since the start of the pandemic. On the way we stop off at the 'trendy' bakers. It's full of office workers enjoying a coffee and a croissant before their day starts. Dog and master share their croissant in the back of the car. Afterwards we have a brief tour of the car park.
The greengrocer has a new line in nuts and soft fruit. These are dispensed in plastic containers in three types - Sportif, Gourmand and Canadien. From a brief perusal of the contents all three seem to be identical. Angus wonders what would happen if you went into a store in Toronto and asked for a 'Canadian' fruit and nut mix.
Sophie has pretty much given up on all sorts of treats other than carrots. Amazingly she adores carrots. Angus has to think that he'd get mighty bored of carrots after a week. Sophie loves them and they are much better for her than the commercial treats which have truly alarming ingredients.
In the greengrocers a tray of what look like green dried pea pods. They're sandwiched in between all sorts of fiery looking things. There's no one around to ask so they are left well alone.
Culturally this is wonderful although I'm left wondering why the young lady to the right of the screen is so alarmed at the 0:24 mark :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SQORt5Y7Eqo