Locally owned and community oriented, Mills Squeegee Fill Stations provide top-notch automotive service in a clean and friendly environment. Lavish a four-wheeled life love with an Ultimate car wash ($10), or cover the basics with an Express wash ($5), which leaves plenty of time to pick up a slice of pizza ($1.99) along with a 32-ounce fountain drink ($1.09). Alternatively, 12-ounce coffee refills send drowsiness packing ($0.89), and donuts propose to sweet teeth, presenting their chocolate rings as a token of their everlasting devotion ($0.91). Car washes only take about five minutes, so shiny street wanderers can get back on the road in the blink of a headlight.
Amiable posy artisans guide patrons through Abloom's bounty of professionally arranged flowers and bouquets for all occasions. Purple tones, sweet scents, and expatriated garden sprites burst from Delightfully Daisy's bubble bowl of lavender daisy spray chrysanthemums augmented by pops of pink wax flower ($30). Two scarlet roses tower over a cream cymbidium orchid nestled inside the Orchid Roses vase ($30). As recipients unwrap the Shorty Gerbs, a rotund bouquet of fuchsia, yellow, and tangerine gerbera daisies spills from a glass orb lined with leaves, river rocks, and tabloid decoupage ($25).
At K/B Stables, instructor Donna Stading-Smith imparts the equine wisdom she has been accruing since she first saddled up when she was 3 years old. As a former elementary media specialist and a 4-H teacher for 14 years, she’s experienced in making horseback riding a comfortable and fun activity for both beginners and more seasoned riders. Regular lessons and training prep students to take the reins for casual or competitive rides in English, western, or dressage styles. When they're not supporting budding equestrians, some 20 horses gallop across K/B Stables’ 11 acres. The family-run stable hosts 30 stalls for boarding accommodations by the night, week, month, or whatever period of time the horse’s former girlfriend said it needed to “sort things out.”
The technicians at Premium Lawn Care have a service for all seasons. During the spring, summer, and fall, they build attractive landscapes and maintain them by mowing and edging lawns. They also trim plants and remove pet waste to keep outdoor areas tidy. Rather than hibernate through the winter months, they shovel snow and chip ice from walkways and driveways, thereby preventing people from slipping, falling, getting amnesia, forgetting they don't like Milk Duds, and wasting a bunch of money on Milk Duds. Though techs work tirelessly until they finish their task, their availability requires good weather.