Eating In Truck Stops

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Grandpa's Comment
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Guys and Gals I've been home for the past month so I would like to know if the truck stops with full service restaurants are still offering sit down dining and the Pilots and Loves still have their fast food joints open and are offering sit down eatin' as well.

Also how is the availability of bottled wayer in truck stops?

Much obliged for your answers!

Grandpa's Comment
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Guys and Gals I've been home for the past month so I would like to know if the truck stops with full service restaurants are still offering sit down dining and the Pilots and Loves still have their fast food joints open and are offering sit down eatin' as well.

Also how is the availability of bottled wayer in truck stops?

Much obliged for your answers!

Thats bottled WATER of course

Joseph I.'s Comment
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Most everywhere the sit down eating places are closed. Some places have the roller grills off and do not let you bring your cup in for refills. I think the subways and such in the truck stops are all going and you can get supplies. I was in one the other morning that had pizza by the slice and donuts that you had to let an employee get for you to limit numbers of people touching things. One nice thing is traffic is at a minimum.

Aubrey M.'s Comment
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Fast food is still being served but you can't sit down inside to eat it. Roller items vary by truck stop and State, but most have at least something hot to eat.

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