Ed and Mike are brothers. I couldn't keep them straight. They had some very nice older wax packs at a decent price. Lots of hockey cards. I asked about cards from the 1960s. They had them at home, not in their shop. So, I asked about Hershiser. They didn't have cards sorted by name, but they printed out their Hershiser inventory via B*****t. I took it, cross referenced it against Zistle. They had 17 cards that were on my want list. I dropped the list off the next day and asked if they could have them prepared by Saturday morning. They did. Prices were B*****t, but Hershisers are relatively cheap. They put them in a hard snap case.
Ed and Mike will probably be closing shop in August of this year when their lease is up. On to the internet. Good service. If you're in Plattsburgh, look them up.
I remember purchasing my first pack of cards at Zukes. It was just down from the library at the State University. My mom took classes in the early 1970s. I'd hang out and do my homework while she did hers.
Things are different when you return to your home town. Not better, not worse. Just different.