Musical Depot is a full service music store providing sales of all music gear, rent-to-own band and orchestra instruments in the greater Pee Dee area, repairs for all musical instruments, private one on one music lessons, and a state of the art recording studio offering recording, mixing, and mastering.
For more than 20 years, Buckeye Meat Company has graced homes with culinary care packages of USDA-inspected steak, pork, chicken and seafood. Eighteen servings of beef steak ($39.25) keep grills sizzling out savory tunes, and knives or throwing spears pierce the marinated layers of 10–12 portions of honey-mustard chicken breasts ($49) or 8–10 helpings of center-cut pork chops ($49.95). Home chefs can drizzle their favorite barbecue sauce over four to five stomachfuls of baby back ribs ($49.95) or stuff 10–12 servings of red-snapper fillet ($49.95) into the birthday cards of their favorite cousins. Buckeye's meat carvers trim away fat and bone from individual cuts, then gussy them up with vacuum-sealed packaging that carries a one-year freshness guarantee and keeps steaks from inflating into meatloaves. Finally, temperature-controlled box trucks deliver future meals to customers residing in abodes within 55 miles of Medina.
A deceptively straightforward menu hides the discreet array of meaty flavors packed into every quarter-pound burger and grilled-chicken sandwich at this classic dual-drive-thru eatery. High quality and swift service meet at an appetizing altitude in meal combinations such as the grilled-chicken-filet combo, a juicy white bird breast perched atop a fluffy bun and served with seasoned fries and a drink ($4.29).
A licensed member of the National Sporting Clays Association, Hermitage Farm Shooting Sports challenges clay marksmen to a course that draws them through a dense forest of wild azaleas, colorful dogwood trees, and leafy hickory trees. Shooters ride a golf cart or walk to make their way across the 1,500-acre parcel, stopping at a number of natural stands to test shooting accuracy on manual and automatic traps situated along a winding ridge. Several traps placed around pond rims simulate the flight of live game, offering shooters a way to warm up for hunting season or play pranks on unpopular pond-dwelling superheroes.
For three generations—and more than 70 years—the Nicholsons have harvested crops that complement both family farms and family tables, a tradition that Jack and Ryan Nicholson continue today. Fresh from their forest, the Nicholson Farms crew delivers and spreads pine straw of myriad varieties. Potting soil, mulch, and other landscaping materials keep outdoor areas healthy, and wood playground cushioning protects kids from the hard surfaces of playgrounds and the even harder realities of tax law. In the garden, a bountiful vineyard and orchard yields homegrown fruits and vegetables ranging from blackberries, blueberries, and watermelons to squash and peppers.