Today was a 10 percent senior discount day on house brands at the grocery store and Red Robin had a B1G1 burger deal. However, we ate a late lunch of leftover pizza and wanted to waste a bit of time before we ate dinner there. We dropped in at the larger Goodwill store that opened near our house two or three months ago. We got some good deals when we went right after it opened, but hadn't been back since. Not that I really needed more pans, but ... We hit a really solid older waterless cookware 12-inch skillet with lid and egg poacher insert for $7.99/$7.20 after senior discount. I have stainless steel skillet with insert, but it isn't nearly as good a pan and has always been warped on the bottom so it rocks on the burner. I picked it up second hand, so got my money's worth. However, the one today was in mint condition and based on the pans I've seen at the state fair would have easily sold for at least $100, so I bit. We also found a really good arm sling which I could have used on our recent trip when my carpal tunnel reared its ugly head after several years without problems. It was only $3.20 after senior discount and is MUCH better than the cheap one the clerk sold DH at the CVS next door to our hotel, after the website told me that store had a better one. I'll probably never need it now that I bought it, but at least I'll have it on hand for the future. We also found several nice brand new canvas grocery bags that were all half price and ranged from 50 cents to $1.49. I'll probably get a few odd comments about the one which claims "Bride to Be," but at least the canvas ones don't rip after one use and can be washed. We're going to get forced into using them next year when our regular store discontinues plastic bags. Until then we're hoarding all our plastic grocery bags, since we have a trash can that is designed to use them instead of constantly having to buy trash bags. We also found one of the net ones to use for produce, so we'll give that a try at farmer's markets next summer. Dropped by another thrift store after that, but all we found was another travel cup like I use for my iced tea when we travel. I've found them from amusement parks and state fairs all across the nation, but I've been having a hard time finding them lately so I think they were a fad that ran their course and I probably won't find many of them in the future.