Question on bringing food to ladies of the house

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    I was at Sheri’s for the first time in January and plan to return in March. Right now the Girl Scouts are selling their cookies and I thought it would be a great idea to bring several boxes with me because it’s something that can’t just be ordered and delivered to the ranch. (unlike pizza, for example)

    But I don’t want to bring a bunch of cookies and then find upon arrival that there’s a policy against clients bringing food to the ladies (as opposed to the supplier bringing it directly). So can someone tell me if there’s any such policy, or if I can bring Girl Scout cookies for the ladies?


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    hoochie coochie man

    In October I went to Sheri’s and partied with Becky (now Blake), who is fabulous, btw, highly recommended. Anyway, in emails prior to my visit I offered to bring her some food from town, as I have heard the ladies get tired of eating the same stuff all the time. So in Pahrump I found a Japanese restaurant and bought some take out, then I noticed next door a take-out pizza place, so I bought a couple of pizzas for the other ladies.

    When I brought the food into the bar, the hostess told me that we could not bring food into the bar, as it is also a restaurant. But she took the pizzas back to the kitchen (and you should have seen the other ladies clear out of the bar, chasing the pizza!). Becky and I ate the Japanese food outside in the courtyard.

    So that was my experience, not sure how they would look at Girl Scout cookies.

    Might be interesting to ask the Sheri’s ladies, how many of you were girl scouts and sold cookies in your younger days?

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