UDF doesn’t sell condoms

Alternate boring title for this post “A Walk Around Oakley.”

I had a conversation with a friend recently about our hometown mini-mart and how I avoided going there, even though they make good banana milkshakes. Founded in 1938 by Carl Linder Sr. to cut out the middleman in milk delivery, UDF has grown to hundreds of stores in the region where you can find milk, bread, eggs, ice cream, candy, beer and cigarettes. But you won’t find condoms because of religious beliefs — an odd flex considering their owner’s political donations support policies that gut support of families.

But I digress.

It was a lovely day for a walk!

What looks to be a 1960's church with a mid century modern stained glass window with crucifix
United Church of Christ in Oakley
Condominiums in the popular boxed shape
Video of interest: In defense of the “gentrification building”
An apartment building called The Gillwood
The Gillwood
Sign for the 20th Century Theater with the marquee largely cropped out. You can just make out "EW YEAR NEW NAME, TOMMY & TARYN) on the marquee
20th Century Theater
A 2021 Ford Bronco painted a blue gray called Area 51
I’d like to test drive a Ford Bronco with manual transmission