Jim and I took a friend here for her big turning thirty gift (I'll tell you about it later), initially, we were just going to head home and come back when she was finished, but we decided to get some exercise by walking the mall and doing something we never do: shopping till we drop. It was actually really fun. I got several pairs of shoes, they have my favorite hoochie cheap shoe store of all time there: Square One! and Jim got new jeans in an updated style for him and a corduroy blazer to complement his hippie English professor look.
The food court is nothing to boast about, and we were a little bummed that our fondly remembered Orange Julius was not there (it may possibly not be anywhere anymore for all I know), but you don't have to worry about food, just hop over to this week's restaurant pick to sate yourself after a long day of being on your feet and spending all that cash. It's a pretty average mall, not too depressing or upscale, but when malls are a rare experience for us city folk, just average is just right.