The people in town have been wearing masks for preventative measures. We did have to make a trip to the store last night for diapers and the cashier and other employees were wearing masks. Those darned pigs!
Speaking of farm animals, the chickens around here must be a decent from the dinosaurs.
Buying eggs at most stores here is a little different than in the US. Here the eggs are not refrigerated. Mostly you will find that the farmer just packed a bunch of eggs in egg cartons. They are not sorted by size.
Take a look at the difference in size of a few eggs that we recently purchased. One is probably your "large" egg in Kroger and the other is most likely from a dinosaur chicken.
Sitting side by side:
Large and in charge Dinosaur egg:
I guess we got our money's worth. We just bought 30 eggs for $2.25. Very cheap. And, that is more eggs that we normally buy. Jorge's fault! :)