Tales from the campfire
This is a work of fiction.
As the weather has been suitable for spending time out around the
campfire more people are out and talking about the great bagel shop in
the community. We had wondered about the lack of open business hours
and the long hours into the night of the business while closed.
People have come forward and explained. The business being open
interferes with the money making back door operations.
The front door operation had a very limited menu while the back door
operation has a huge assortment of chemicals used to alter your mood
and pain level. We are now wondering if the backdoor business is
cutting the business of our local doctors and medical centers, but has
probably increased our emergency rooms and undertaker business?
We had also wondered why the business had such a huge presence, large
square footage, yet little front door foot traffic to justify the
large retail space. Is the retail side for laundering all the
backdoor business income?
How do you go about ordering backdoor bagels? Hold the cream cheese?
Can coffee hold a candle to the back door chemical pick me up?
While waiting to get your best in the area bagel or hanging out in the
parking lot (we have to wait because of the limited hours and highly
limited production) be sure to keep your smart phone handy to get
pictures of people going to the back of the building for business.
You have to wonder why the owner of the bagel shop was once
complaining about the spice shop that existed next door. Did the
owner need the space for the chemical business or was the problem the
We need a good bagel shop, but one that has the front door open for
bagels that does not sell out in two hours each day.
Remember this is a work of fiction and tales around the campfire. No
writer of this work of fiction uses illegal chemicals to alter mood or
As we hear more interesting tales around the campfire we will share
them with you. If you have any stories, fact or fiction, you would
like to share we are always here to share.