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Last night Bruce and I drove up to Lacey to our local Cabela's store for dinner. What? A sporting good store for dinner? Yeah, you read that right. Cabela’s is the largest sporting good store we’ve ever seen. They are RV friendly, too. They permit an overnight stay in their parking lot and even have a dump station.
This is the Lacey, Washington Cabela’s.
We first discovered their cute little café when we met Sue and Doug there for lunch several weeks ago. They were on their way back home after an Oregon vacation. Bruce and I enjoyed the meal we ate that day and decided to return.
We were in search of game meat deli sandwiches. I ordered the elk sandwich on whole wheat bread and it was soooooo good. Bruce ordered the wild boar on whole wheat and it was good, too. We each shared half a sandwich of each so we could sample the different meat.
This is the wild boar sandwich and it was delicious.
Family crisis intervened in our enjoying a leisure meal, but before we scurried out, I snapped a few pics of the interior of Cabela’s. They have a wide variety of animals placed around the store. You could spend hours inside this massive retail sportsman’s paradise.
You could hide in this department and nobody would see you.
We don’t hunt, fish, or camp in the great outdoor wilderness, but this is still a great place to browse. They have everything you could possibly imagine. Hope you enjoyed the tour!
Until next time…..so long for now!