I’m confused. (I know; that’s nothing new.) The daily paper today says gas prices are falling.
But yesterday morning (Oct. 5), as I filled my car with gas at the Walcott (Iowa) Casey’s, the price for gas with alcohol was $2.19 per gallon. At the same time that I was filling my car with $2.19 per gallon gas, a staff member was changing the price for it on the sign to $2.25 per gallon.
I then drove to north Davenport (Iowa) and made a point to look at the prices of every station I passed. Most were $2.19 per gallon and none were higher than that.
Gas prices may be falling, but perhaps Walcott Casey’s did not get the memo.