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many a Pennsville marriage and the like begin and/or end here at AJ's. Met my husband here I must admit! They keep it nice and dark inside so you don't pay too close attention to the plastic laminate, plywood decor. It's one of those places where the ladies squat rather than sit on the toilet if ya' know what i mean. They have bands on weekends. Usually heavy rock. Their web page has a schedule.
Dress Code: as bummy as you dare. look too nice and you will be stared at suspiciously.
Updated Jan 30, 2003
Address: On Broadway
In direct contrast to the WalMart a stone's throw down the road from this farm, here is a local farm run by the Smith brothers. They took it over after their parents died. They live elsewhere in town and the old family home looks like it could fall over with the next gusty storm...
What to buy: Whatever is in season. They will have a sign posted by the road to let you know what is available.
Eggs always. Chickens run around at will-not the cooped up, your only job is to lay eggs chickens.
What to pay: You put your money in the coffee can next to the goods. Unfortunately, a few years ago, they started getting robbed of their meager earnings, so now they have a security camera rolling.
Written Aug 11, 2005
Address: Right on Rt. 49, the main road through Pennsville
Every small town has a local character (or two). We have Rhymin' Raymond. A few beers shy of a sixpack, Raymond nonetheless is a very fine poet. Don't be alarmed if you are walking in the park, picking up coffee in the Wawa, or stopped at a redlight, and hear a long, but listen!, its quite good!, poem, coming out of a middle-aged man's mouth, a mile a minute. The shortest one I can quote from memory: to my husband stopped at the light, "danger, danger, watch out for the man in the blue ranger." (blue ranger truck)
Written Feb 4, 2003
Pennsville consistently spits out championship softball and baseball teams. If your kid wants to be on a winning team and has some talent, move here!
Equipment: a talented child
Written Sep 21, 2002
Address: Pennsville Township