For over 80 years, Stuckey’s has been a part of the roadside experience for generations of travelers. Our customers have visited our stores throughout the country and have had incredible and exciting experiences that have created fond memories years later.

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Doug Chasteen from Doolittle wrote on December 11, 2019
In 1970, my first job was pumping gas and washing windshields for traveling customers at a Stuckey's on Route 66 in Doolittle, Missouri. The experience was enjoyable and I got to meet some very interesting people. To this day, I always try to stop at a Stuckey's and enjoy eating a pecan roll.
In 1970, my first job was pumping gas and washing windshields for traveling customers at a Stuckey's on Route 66 in Doolittle, Missouri.
The experience was enjoyable and I got to meet some very interesting people.
To this day, I always try to stop at a Stuckey's and enjoy eating a pecan roll.
Linda A Jurgens from Olympia wrote on December 9, 2019
My parents did training in Baker California and got their first store in Williams AZ and then we were off to Yuma AZ. They worked so hard and long hours but they liked it. My brother and sisters also worked in Stuckeys. My little brother and I were too young to help out. It was a time in my life that I will always remember. I have been on the prowl for the picture I know we have with my Mom in uniform and I believe my brother too.
My parents did training in Baker California and got their first store in Williams AZ and then we were off to Yuma AZ. They worked so hard and long hours but they liked it. My brother and sisters also worked in Stuckeys. My little brother and I were too young to help out. It was a time in my life that I will always remember. I have been on the prowl for the picture I know we have with my Mom in uniform and I believe my brother too.
David Willmann from Lakewood wrote on December 7, 2019
When I was young, my folks would go on vacation each summer. After we stopped at a Stuckey's We could not pass another one on our road trip to anywhere! I have many fond memories of those times.
When I was young, my folks would go on vacation each summer. After we stopped at a Stuckey's We could not pass another one on our road trip to anywhere! I have many fond memories of those times.
DAWN Davis from Surprise wrote on November 30, 2019
Every summer we drove from Denver to McAlester, OK to visit my grandparents. Hours and hours in a compact car with 4 people is not fun especially with no a/c. I can remember coming over a hill and seeing that blue roof. We always begged to stop and sometimes my dad would be gracious enough to do so. I say gracious because it was usually about 17 hours to drive and the only stops were for gas and bathrooms. We packed food. Anyway, I've always remembered seeing the pralines and jumping beans. FINALLY one year my mom bought me the jumping beans. My life was complete.
Every summer we drove from Denver to McAlester, OK to visit my grandparents. Hours and hours in a compact car with 4 people is not fun especially with no a/c. I can remember coming over a hill and seeing that blue roof. We always begged to stop and sometimes my dad would be gracious enough to do so. I say gracious because it was usually about 17 hours to drive and the only stops were for gas and bathrooms. We packed food. Anyway, I've always remembered seeing the pralines and jumping beans. FINALLY one year my mom bought me the jumping beans. My life was complete.
Paul wrote on November 6, 2019
Not your usual Stuckey's story. As a young boy my father would take is kids every summer to Grandma's in Oklahoma City from San Antonio. My father was the type of driver that was all about minimum stops, definite 'get-thereitis'. But I always remember the Stuckey's signs. It was a comfort, of a sort, to see the land mark signs. A way us kids could track our progress up IH 35. I always imagined Stuckey's as some kind of mythological oasis if only dad would decide to stop in! HaHa. It's heartening to know there are still Stuckey's store around. Maybe one day, when I'm a grandpa, i can take a road trip and actually stop in with the grandkids and tell them about the magical stop that had pecan logs! Like I said not your usual Stuckey's story...
Not your usual Stuckey's story. As a young boy my father would take is kids every summer to Grandma's in Oklahoma City from San Antonio. My father was the type of driver that was all about minimum stops, definite 'get-thereitis'. But I always remember the Stuckey's signs. It was a comfort, of a sort, to see the land mark signs. A way us kids could track our progress up IH 35. I always imagined Stuckey's as some kind of mythological oasis if only dad would decide to stop in! HaHa. It's heartening to know there are still Stuckey's store around. Maybe one day, when I'm a grandpa, i can take a road trip and actually stop in with the grandkids and tell them about the magical stop that had pecan logs! Like I said not your usual Stuckey's story...
stephen romeo wrote on November 6, 2019
we've been going to stuckey's since we were kids. and love it.
we've been going to stuckey's since we were kids. and love it.
Kathy Brown wrote on November 6, 2019
My first job was at Stuckey's in Centerville, Indiana along I-70. I was 14 years old and I worked there for almost 4 years. I loved it and it taught me a lot of responsibility. To this day I can count back change without having to put the amount in the register for it to tell me what the change should be. Stuckey's has gone through many changes, but it is still located in Centerville along I-70.
My first job was at Stuckey's in Centerville, Indiana along I-70. I was 14 years old and I worked there for almost 4 years. I loved it and it taught me a lot of responsibility. To this day I can count back change without having to put the amount in the register for it to tell me what the change should be. Stuckey's has gone through many changes, but it is still located in Centerville along I-70.
Eleanor wrote on November 6, 2019
Years of traveling in a camper with our 3 kids, during the 60's, we would try to pass by a Stuckey's but no way. Everyone wanted some kind of candy. My husband and I preferred the best Pecan Log ever. The kids would get their favorite. Off we would go until another Stuckey's appeared. Living in Charleston, SC they are not easy to find, but what a great online service. Just sent my son in MT a big box of Pecan Logs.
Years of traveling in a camper with our 3 kids, during the 60's, we would try to pass by a Stuckey's but no way. Everyone wanted some kind of candy. My husband and I preferred the best Pecan Log ever. The kids would get their favorite. Off we would go until another Stuckey's appeared. Living in Charleston, SC they are not easy to find, but what a great online service. Just sent my son in MT a big box of Pecan Logs.
Gary L Coots wrote on November 6, 2019
"I grew up in Trenton, GA and every summer we'd travel and Stuckeys was always a high point to our trips. I am retired USAF now and live in Colorado and no Stuckeys here. We travel south about once a year and still love Stuckeys!!"
"I grew up in Trenton, GA and every summer we'd travel and Stuckeys was always a high point to our trips. I am retired USAF now and live in Colorado and no Stuckeys here.
We travel south about once a year and still love Stuckeys!!"
J. R. wrote on November 6, 2019
Stuckeys was always a part of or family trips. From about 1960 till all the Stuckeys in the southwest were gone, we always got excited to see that familiar blue roof and bright sign that meant as much as (and sometimes more than) the destination. How sad it was to see the last one vanish into our memories, turned into a mexican restaurant or just fall into disrepair like a ghost town saloon. Please bring at least one store back to the southwest...maybe along the I-15?
Stuckeys was always a part of or family trips. From about 1960 till all the Stuckeys in the southwest were gone, we always got excited to see that familiar blue roof and bright sign that meant as much as (and sometimes more than) the destination. How sad it was to see the last one vanish into our memories, turned into a mexican restaurant or just fall into disrepair like a ghost town saloon. Please bring at least one store back to the southwest...maybe along the I-15?
Tom T wrote on November 6, 2019
In 1969 and again in 1973 -2 parents , 1 dog , and 6 kids left long island and drove across America without a/c or video games - we visited all of the 48 lower states over those 2 trips .Stuckeys was a beacon of light during those long drives. I think we stopped at everyone we passed..So many good memories of simpler times.
In 1969 and again in 1973 -2 parents , 1 dog , and 6 kids left long island and drove across America without a/c or video games - we visited all of the 48 lower states over those 2 trips .Stuckeys was a beacon of light during those long drives. I think we stopped at everyone we passed..So many good memories of simpler times.
Darin M. Vaughan wrote on November 6, 2019
Long time ! No see ! I havn't been to Stuckey's in such a long time! I miss ya'all! Every time my family & I went on down the road up toward Duluth,MN. through the Black Hill's & Yellowstone, or toward Ft.Worf, Moody,TX. or from Washington D.C. coming back toward CA.. Whew! Everyone pretty much remember's the sign's saying how close we're getting to Stuckey's Store. I was amazed at there's one some distance to Rocklin Roseville,CA.. Thank's for the memeories! PS: I enjoyed all our visit's! All the cedar stuff(Trinket's) .I had 1 of the penalty piggy bank's for cussing! LOL 25c etc.. I remeber the reserection plant's, rose pod's(sachet), & peanut plant starter kit's!
Long time ! No see ! I havn't been to Stuckey's in such a long time! I miss ya'all! Every time my family & I went on down the road up toward Duluth,MN. through the Black Hill's & Yellowstone, or toward Ft.Worf, Moody,TX. or from Washington D.C. coming back toward CA.. Whew! Everyone pretty much remember's the sign's saying how close we're getting to Stuckey's Store. I was amazed at there's one some distance to Rocklin Roseville,CA.. Thank's for the memeories! PS: I enjoyed all our visit's! All the cedar stuff(Trinket's) .I had 1 of the penalty piggy bank's for cussing! LOL 25c etc.. I remeber the reserection plant's, rose pod's(sachet), & peanut plant starter kit's!
Leah Phillipd wrote on November 6, 2019
I grew up in NJ, while my grandparents lived in OR. We spent many summers on the road, driving to visit them. Stuckey's was our favorite pitstop.
I grew up in NJ, while my grandparents lived in OR. We spent many summers on the road, driving to visit them. Stuckey's was our favorite pitstop.
Dee Dawson wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember Cinnamon-Sugar pecans. Looks like you don't have them anymore. Sad. Maybe I was the very few who loved those. <3 It's been about 40 years but I can still remember them! My parents ALWAYS got the pecan log, but it was not my favorite tho. Anyway, I am glad to know y'all are still around. Hope the new generation of kids still love to stop there! 🙂
I remember Cinnamon-Sugar pecans. Looks like you don't have them anymore. Sad. Maybe I was the very few who loved those. <3 It's been about 40 years but I can still remember them! My parents ALWAYS got the pecan log, but it was not my favorite tho. Anyway, I am glad to know y'all are still around. Hope the new generation of kids still love to stop there! 🙂
Parker Nicholson wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember rooming with Robert one summer at the Citadel Summer Camp for boys. I hated the camp, but loved the Pecan Logs! Best wishes!
I remember rooming with Robert one summer at the Citadel Summer Camp for boys. I hated the camp, but loved the Pecan Logs! Best wishes!
brad thomas poland wrote on November 6, 2019
Delicious Divinity. I remember the store in Garden Valley Texas where I lived in the 80's, became a Loves during the 80's - great 99 cent breakfast - eggs were always done exactly the way we wanted. It is so sad, we need a place like Stuckeys again. I love the architecture of the store too!
Delicious Divinity. I remember the store in Garden Valley Texas where I lived in the 80's, became a Loves during the 80's - great 99 cent breakfast - eggs were always done exactly the way we wanted. It is so sad, we need a place like Stuckeys again. I love the architecture of the store too!
Paris Dickey wrote on November 6, 2019
"Life is full of experiences. However seeing a stuckeys T shirt on a guy in NYC I was overwhelmed with happy memories. I had delightful flashbacks of traveling with my grandparents, stopping at Stuckeys, pecan logs, the beautiful country side and the 82 Worlds Fair. I'm so thrilled to see you're still around. Your company is truly an American Treasure."
"Life is full of experiences. However seeing a stuckeys T shirt on a guy in NYC I was overwhelmed with happy memories. I had delightful flashbacks of traveling with my grandparents, stopping at Stuckeys, pecan logs, the beautiful country side and the 82 Worlds Fair.
I'm so thrilled to see you're still around. Your company is truly an American Treasure."
Kim Englett wrote on November 6, 2019
When I was a child, my family and I would travel all throughout the US and we always stopped to get gas, peanut brittle, pecan rolls, food at Stuckey's and this was my best memory as a child traveling and I just found out the other day that Stuckey's was still around. I believe you can buy peanut brittle in drug stores here in Texas. I might have to order some of the divinity online, yum!
When I was a child, my family and I would travel all throughout the US and we always stopped to get gas, peanut brittle, pecan rolls, food at Stuckey's and this was my best memory as a child traveling and I just found out the other day that Stuckey's was still around. I believe you can buy peanut brittle in drug stores here in Texas. I might have to order some of the divinity online, yum!
Joseph Gadow Sr wrote on November 6, 2019
In the 60's our family used to travel from Va. Bch, Va to Balt, Md on a regular basis. Maw or Paw would always stop at the Stuckey's on the way. As adults we now know it was that famous Pecan Roll that they stopped for. We 5 kids were allowed to get whatever we wanted. Now that I'm heading 500 miles from Balt. to Summerton, S.C., I'll be sure to pick up another P. Roll for my 85 year old Mother to remind her of the good ole days. After all these years I still don't know weather to pronounce it "Pee-Can", or "Pee-Con". I just take turns. Like Bob Hope, I thank you for the Memories. Joe (2017)
In the 60's our family used to travel from Va. Bch, Va to Balt, Md on a regular basis. Maw or Paw would always stop at the Stuckey's on the way. As adults we now know it was that famous Pecan Roll that they stopped for. We 5 kids were allowed to get whatever we wanted. Now that I'm heading 500 miles from Balt. to Summerton, S.C., I'll be sure to pick up another P. Roll for my 85 year old Mother to remind her of the good ole days. After all these years I still don't know weather to pronounce it "Pee-Can", or "Pee-Con". I just take turns. Like Bob Hope, I thank you for the Memories. Joe (2017)
Denise Taylor wrote on November 6, 2019
I am from Canada. In 1975 my family did a trip from Manitoba to Florida at Christmas time. I was only 10 years old. I can remember stopping at Stuckey's and buying the log rolls, loved them so much!!!!
I am from Canada. In 1975 my family did a trip from Manitoba to Florida at Christmas time. I was only 10 years old. I can remember stopping at Stuckey's and buying the log rolls, loved them so much!!!!
Tina Riley wrote on November 6, 2019
"I have always loved Stuckeys as a child and an adult. Back in Feb I stopped to get my daughter some goodies from Stuckey's. When I gave them to her she said ""Ewww this has hair on it"". Upon examining the products I found it had been expired for over a year and was moldy. I sent an email to the company with pics and they promised to make it right with me. I waited about a month and nothing. I sent another email and I never got a response. All I wanted was a replacement. This company says it prides itself on customer satisfaction. Well things sure have changed over the past 80 years. This is some of the WORST customer service on every level. Make sure you check the products before you buy because nothing is monitored after they send it to the stores to be sold. Discouraged long time customer!!"
"I have always loved Stuckeys as a child and an adult. Back in Feb I stopped to get my daughter some goodies from Stuckey's. When I gave them to her she said ""Ewww this has hair on it"". Upon examining the products I found it had been expired for over a year and was moldy. I sent an email to the company with pics and they promised to make it right with me. I waited about a month and nothing. I sent another email and I never got a response. All I wanted was a replacement. This company says it prides itself on customer satisfaction. Well things sure have changed over the past 80 years. This is some of the WORST customer service on every level. Make sure you check the products before you buy because nothing is monitored after they send it to the stores to be sold.

Discouraged long time customer!!"
Bill Hetzel wrote on November 6, 2019
My parents took my grandfather and us kids down to my sister and brother in laws house in Albany Ga. Where my brother in law was in the navy we ALWAYSstop at one or two Stuckey this was the late 60s i remember the Texaco gas staion which was the brand of gas they sold i bought many kic kaks there.Now back in 2012 i was working at the wearhouse of Wegmans in Pottvilla Pa. 5 months assignment one day i drove 100 miles or so to find a Stuckey past Harrisburg Pa.it was located in a Hess gas station all 2 alise of it i was a little disappointed but all those time as a young child my memory came back to me the good old days. I will like to see them back and running like the good old days
My parents took my grandfather and us kids down to my sister and brother in laws house in Albany Ga. Where my brother in law was in the navy we ALWAYSstop at one or two Stuckey this was the late 60s i remember the Texaco gas staion which was the brand of gas they sold i bought many kic kaks there.Now back in 2012 i was working at the wearhouse of Wegmans in Pottvilla Pa. 5 months assignment one day i drove 100 miles or so to find a Stuckey past Harrisburg Pa.it was located in a Hess gas station all 2 alise of it i was a little disappointed but all those time as a young child my memory came back to me the good old days. I will like to see them back and running like the good old days
Michael Bright wrote on November 6, 2019
I'm originally from Charleston South Carolina. My father loved Stuckey's. When on vacation or trip he would stop at every one of them. So he could grab a pecan roll. We loved it also as kids because we knew it's time for us to get a great snack also.
I'm originally from Charleston South Carolina. My father loved Stuckey's. When on vacation or trip he would stop at every one of them. So he could grab a pecan roll. We loved it also as kids because we knew it's time for us to get a great snack also.
Angela Thompson wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember the Stuckey's that was along I-35 at the Randall, IA exit. It was one of the stores that shut down in the 1980's. The closest Stuckey's is in neighboring states now.
I remember the Stuckey's that was along I-35 at the Randall, IA exit. It was one of the stores that shut down in the 1980's. The closest Stuckey's is in neighboring states now.
Dawn Hunnicutt wrote on November 6, 2019
I moved into my first Stuckey store at 6 weeks old and my parents stopped working for Stuckeys when I was 12.. I learned every management skill I have today being able to watch my parents. I miss the memories at Stuckeys..
I moved into my first Stuckey store at 6 weeks old and my parents stopped working for Stuckeys when I was 12.. I learned every management skill I have today being able to watch my parents. I miss the memories at Stuckeys..
Elizabeth Fi nchum wrote on November 6, 2019
We just passed a Stuckey on I 40 in New Mexico. Growing up we always stopped at Stuckey between Little Rock, AR and Ft. Worth, TX. We would eat lunch or get a snack of nuts or something. It's a tradition and fond memory that will never be forgotten.
We just passed a Stuckey on I 40 in New Mexico. Growing up we always stopped at Stuckey between Little Rock, AR and Ft. Worth, TX. We would eat lunch or get a snack of nuts or something. It's a tradition and fond memory that will never be forgotten.
Karen Wynn wrote on November 6, 2019
Every year my family went on vacation to Florida. My sister and i spotted every Stuckey's between Arkansas and Ft. Walton Beach (going and coming). After we had stopped for the third time, and weren't out of Mississippi, my dad would say there was no reason to continue the trip to the beach, since my sister and I were just as happy to go to Stucky's. That would be the moment we shut up.....till the ride back home.
Every year my family went on vacation to Florida. My sister and i spotted every Stuckey's between Arkansas and Ft. Walton Beach (going and coming). After we had stopped for the third time, and weren't out of Mississippi, my dad would say there was no reason to continue the trip to the beach, since my sister and I were just as happy to go to Stucky's. That would be the moment we shut up.....till the ride back home.
Billy Sutton wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember going on trips with my grandparents to go visit my cousin Patrick in Kansas City, I was probably 7 or 8 and it was in the late 60's and we would stop I believe at every Stuckeys along the way my grandparents loved the store and I grew to love it as well I mean what's not to love right, the best candy in the world the neatest toys and gifts. Man those where the days they would buy me a pecan log and a popgun and I would climb up on the spot at the rear glass and lay there and eat my pecan log and look at the clouds as we drove and I remember it being the best thing in the world . My grandparents have long been with the Lord and I myself am about to be a grandparent and I would love to be able to let my grandbabies feel that awesome feeling of seeing that Stuckeys sign and get as excited as I use to back then. Thank you Stuckeys for some amazing memories that have been had by so many kids and moms and dads we need those simpler times again.
I remember going on trips with my grandparents to go visit my cousin Patrick in Kansas City, I was probably 7 or 8 and it was in the late 60's and we would stop I believe at every Stuckeys along the way my grandparents loved the store and I grew to love it as well I mean what's not to love right, the best candy in the world the neatest toys and gifts. Man those where the days they would buy me a pecan log and a popgun and I would climb up on the spot at the rear glass and lay there and eat my pecan log and look at the clouds as we drove and I remember it being the best thing in the world . My grandparents have long been with the Lord and I myself am about to be a grandparent and I would love to be able to let my grandbabies feel that awesome feeling of seeing that Stuckeys sign and get as excited as I use to back then. Thank you Stuckeys for some amazing memories that have been had by so many kids and moms and dads we need those simpler times again.
Earl Gateman wrote on November 6, 2019
I started driving tour bus in 1980 from Ontario Canada to many destinations in the USA. All the older drivers were quite dismayed that all the locations had or were shuttering. They were a favored place to make coffee break stops.
I started driving tour bus in 1980 from Ontario Canada to many destinations in the USA. All the older drivers were quite dismayed that all the locations had or were shuttering. They were a favored place to make coffee break stops.
Patti Schiwinger wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember going on many vacations and always stopping at Stuckeys with my mom, dad and sisters. We were allowed to get one item from the gift shop if we at all of our food. I remember picking out the pecan logs and going over to look at the bee hive that they had in every store. Such great memories !
I remember going on many vacations and always stopping at Stuckeys with my mom, dad and sisters. We were allowed to get one item from the gift shop if we at all of our food. I remember picking out the pecan logs and going over to look at the bee hive that they had in every store. Such great memories !
Pinkus wrote on November 6, 2019
I enjoyed your puzzle books with the thing that made the secret words and stuff. SO many memories?
I enjoyed your puzzle books with the thing that made the secret words and stuff. SO many memories?
Michael Boyce wrote on November 6, 2019
On my way to Roanoke,Virginia,We'd visit several Stuckey's in several States-THe Country Breakfast was always delicious.Fluffy Eggs,Bacon that was crispy,and Hash Browns cooked to order! A Fill up of Gas in my Parent's take,and off We'd went! I miss those days now!
On my way to Roanoke,Virginia,We'd visit several Stuckey's in several States-THe Country Breakfast was always delicious.Fluffy Eggs,Bacon that was crispy,and Hash Browns cooked to order! A Fill up of Gas in my Parent's take,and off We'd went! I miss those days now!
Genia Stephenson wrote on November 6, 2019
Who didn't a Stuckey's? They were the traveler's oasis; a comforting mainstay from their bags of pecans to their pecan log roll, cherry cider, food, novelties & many more untold treasures.. My favorite Stuckey's was in Williams, Arizona. I stopped there almost every time I passed by when on my way to my parent's house in Prescott from college at NAU Flagstaff. One time in the 1970s, a friend & I took a ride from Flagstaff to Williams & stopped at that Stuckey's. We were sitting in our -parked in front when the woman sitting in the passenger side of the - parked next to us put a paper grocery-sized bag of trash outside her door which irritated me, especially, since there was a trash barrel in front of their -. Without saying a word, I got out of our -, picked up the bag of trash & put it in the barrel. The woman sheepishly said, "Thank you". I think it embarrassed my friend for me to do that but he didn't say so.
Who didn't a Stuckey's? They were the traveler's oasis; a comforting mainstay from their bags of pecans to their pecan log roll, cherry cider, food, novelties & many more untold treasures.. My favorite Stuckey's was in Williams, Arizona. I stopped there almost every time I passed by when on my way to my parent's house in Prescott from college at NAU Flagstaff. One time in the 1970s, a friend & I took a ride from Flagstaff to Williams & stopped at that Stuckey's. We were sitting in our -parked in front when the woman sitting in the passenger side of the - parked next to us put a paper grocery-sized bag of trash outside her door which irritated me, especially, since there was a trash barrel in front of their -. Without saying a word, I got out of our -, picked up the bag of trash & put it in the barrel. The woman sheepishly said, "Thank you". I think it embarrassed my friend for me to do that but he didn't say so.
Beth Herman wrote on November 6, 2019
When I was a little girl, every summer Dad would take us to Hot Springs, Arkansas to visit Grandma and Grandpa Lewis. On the way there traveling from Texas we would always stop by Stuckeys in Texarkana and Dad would let us get a snack and a small souvenir from that place. They had all kinds souvenir things and of course alot of pecan logs! One of my favorite childhood memories!
When I was a little girl, every summer Dad would take us to Hot Springs, Arkansas to visit Grandma and Grandpa Lewis. On the way there traveling from Texas we would always stop by Stuckeys in Texarkana and Dad would let us get a snack and a small souvenir from that place. They had all kinds souvenir things and of course alot of pecan logs! One of my favorite childhood memories!
Sherry wrote on November 6, 2019
We were talking today at work about traveling and what were our fondest memories. I live in Oregon and we traveled to Louisiana, Stuckey's was our favorite place to stop for pecan rolls, bathroom and cold drinks plus as kids we liked to look at all the cool gifts. As we were talking today I mentioned I have not seen one in a number of years, it was disheartening when I looked it up to see only a few in the mid and southern states. I miss that family tradition of stopping.
We were talking today at work about traveling and what were our fondest memories. I live in Oregon and we traveled to Louisiana, Stuckey's was our favorite place to stop for pecan rolls, bathroom and cold drinks plus as kids we liked to look at all the cool gifts. As we were talking today I mentioned I have not seen one in a number of years, it was disheartening when I looked it up to see only a few in the mid and southern states. I miss that family tradition of stopping.
Julie Burns Campbell wrote on November 6, 2019
"As a young child back in the early 60's, I recall our family summer vacations going from Texas to Alabama and Georgia to visit relatives during the summer time. We always stopped at Stucky's to get gasoline, food,shop there,and a favorite was the pecan roll, penut brittle,and the canned boiled peanuts. We always looked for Stucky's all along the trip. A wonderful fun experience every time. I was sad when many if the Stucky's closed,since it was always a wonderful fun place,going as a child and later in life as we we're all grown up,married with our own children, taking them to Stucky's as well. I'm very happy to know that Stucky's us making a come back, a historical moment in time, to bring them back for travelers vabd family's to have the same wonderful experience as we did growing up,and our own children. We'd all scream ""Daddy pull over there's Stucky's, ""!! making sure he didn't miss it, he'd laugh,as he had intended to take us there anyway, it was always our favorite place,still us today in 2019,as we always keep an eye out for,on our travels. Looking forward to Stucky's coming back... Julierburnscampbell@gmail Julie Burns Campbell"
"As a young child back in the early 60's, I recall our family summer vacations going from Texas to Alabama and Georgia to visit relatives during the summer time.
We always stopped at Stucky's to get gasoline, food,shop there,and a favorite was the pecan roll, penut brittle,and the canned boiled peanuts.
We always looked for Stucky's all along the trip.
A wonderful fun experience every time.

I was sad when many if the Stucky's closed,since it was always a wonderful fun place,going as a child and later in life as we we're all grown up,married with our own children, taking them to Stucky's as well.

I'm very happy to know that Stucky's us making a come back, a historical moment in time, to bring them back for travelers vabd family's to have the same wonderful experience as we did growing up,and our own children.

We'd all scream ""Daddy pull over there's Stucky's, ""!! making sure he didn't miss it, he'd laugh,as he had intended to take us there anyway, it was always our favorite place,still us today in 2019,as we always keep an eye out for,on our travels.

Looking forward to Stucky's coming back...

Julierburnscampbell@gmail
Julie Burns Campbell"
Todd Hansen wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember visiting stuckey's stores while on family vacations for 2 weeks in back of 7 passenger 1969 Chrysler town & country station wagon from Southern California to Omaha Nebraska, passing through Albuquerque NM and another year passing through Las Vegas & Hoover dam. My dad and mom up front and us five kids so excited to be on vacation, and stopping at Stuckey's for shakes, soda's, candy and wood back scratchers.. LOL crazy back early 1970's, stopping off motels, swimming in the pools and eating Denny's with the family. We used yell "Stuckey's" as soon as we saw one coming into view off highway or freeway.. Great memories...
I remember visiting stuckey's stores while on family vacations for 2 weeks in back of 7 passenger 1969 Chrysler town & country station wagon from Southern California to Omaha Nebraska, passing through Albuquerque NM and another year passing through Las Vegas & Hoover dam. My dad and mom up front and us five kids so excited to be on vacation, and stopping at Stuckey's for shakes, soda's, candy and wood back scratchers.. LOL crazy back early 1970's, stopping off motels, swimming in the pools and eating Denny's with the family. We used yell "Stuckey's" as soon as we saw one coming into view off highway or freeway.. Great memories...
CLIFFORD MCCOOK wrote on November 6, 2019
ATE AT THE ONE IN EASTMAN,GA. AS I'M FROM EASTMAN. BUILDING IS STILL THERE AS IS OLD PLANT. STAYED AT AN ATE AT THE CARRIAGE INN. CAN STILL SMELL THEM PECAN LOG ROLLS !!!!
ATE AT THE ONE IN EASTMAN,GA. AS I'M FROM EASTMAN. BUILDING IS STILL THERE AS IS OLD PLANT. STAYED AT AN ATE AT THE CARRIAGE INN. CAN STILL SMELL THEM PECAN LOG ROLLS !!!!
Cody Crow wrote on November 6, 2019
Used to go from Arkansas to California & back in the 1980's! I remember Stuckey's breakfast & the great pecan rolls! Great memories!
Used to go from Arkansas to California & back in the 1980's! I remember Stuckey's breakfast & the great pecan rolls! Great memories!
Grant Maynard wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember going with my mom and dad on car trips and we always stopped at stuckeys . My dad would always buy my mom a pecan roll. Wish we still had one in Michigan.
I remember going with my mom and dad on car trips and we always stopped at stuckeys . My dad would always buy my mom a pecan roll. Wish we still had one in Michigan.
susan wrote on November 6, 2019
Loved to see the stuckey' s roof on family road trips!!! Next road trip..... I feel like planning a vacation just to pass thru stuckey's territory 🙂
Loved to see the stuckey' s roof on family road trips!!! Next road trip..... I feel like planning a vacation just to pass thru stuckey's territory 🙂
Joyce Stuckey Teders wrote on November 6, 2019
Growing up a Stuckey it was so very special going to a Stuckey's. Always got something to eat and wear. Sweet sweet memories! Came across one in Decatur, TX when we moved to Texas. Then just this year in Marietta,OK. When I was a kiddo I showed my photo ID and got a lil treat for being a Stuckey.
Growing up a Stuckey it was so very special going to a Stuckey's. Always got something to eat and wear. Sweet sweet memories! Came across one in Decatur, TX when we moved to Texas. Then just this year in Marietta,OK. When I was a kiddo I showed my photo ID and got a lil treat for being a Stuckey.
Roger Wayne J.(aka wbrockstar) wrote on November 6, 2019
"Hello to all, Stuckeys brings back very fond memories because it was my very first job at 16 years old.Our store,in Kingston Springs TN,won the Highest Candy Sales Award while working there.We sold 1 million pecan log rolls in a years time.I would say 95% of our customers always bought at least 1-3 pecan log rolls for every visit.My uncle also worked there.I used to get nervous when tour buses full of many people would show up cause we would get slammed,but everyone that came through the door were always nice & friendly.The place helped me grow out of my shy personality & become outgoing.The restaurant had some great breakfast & hamburgers & like everybody else I got addicted to pecan log rolls.My band stops at Stuckeys every chance we get & its become our bus drivers favorite place to stop.Thanks Stuckeys for helping me grow up with you. Sincerely WBRockstar"
"Hello to all,
Stuckeys brings back very fond memories because it was my very first job at 16 years old.Our store,in Kingston Springs TN,won the Highest Candy Sales Award while working there.We sold 1 million pecan log rolls in a years time.I would say 95% of our customers always bought at least 1-3 pecan log rolls for every visit.My uncle also worked there.I used to get nervous when tour buses full of many people would show up cause we would get slammed,but everyone that came through the door were always nice & friendly.The place helped me grow out of my shy personality & become outgoing.The restaurant had some great breakfast & hamburgers & like everybody else I got addicted to pecan log rolls.My band stops at Stuckeys every chance we get & its become our bus drivers favorite place to stop.Thanks Stuckeys for helping me grow up with you.
Sincerely WBRockstar"
Will Kirchmeyer wrote on November 6, 2019
I have many good memories of Stuckey's from my childhood. My parents believed in traveling and my family and I have seen a lot of this great country via road trips. I think one of the main ways to have an American experience is by doing road trips. I always loved when we stopped at Stuckey's: the food items (pecans, drinks, etc..) the other misc items that kids loved such as the monster stickers (Universal monsters: Frankenstein, Wolf man, etc..) that my brother and I collected. It is good to see that an American icon such as Stuckey's is still in existence. I also like your website and plan on buying a few items ASAP. The Kirch
I have many good memories of Stuckey's from my childhood. My parents believed in traveling and my family and I have seen a lot of this great country via road trips. I think one of the main ways to have an American experience is by doing road trips. I always loved when we stopped at Stuckey's: the food items (pecans, drinks, etc..) the other misc items that kids loved such as the monster stickers (Universal monsters: Frankenstein, Wolf man, etc..) that my brother and I collected. It is good to see that an American icon such as Stuckey's is still in existence. I also like your website and plan on buying a few items ASAP. The Kirch
Craig sekeres wrote on November 6, 2019
Great place to visit during the 1970's family road trips.wish they were still in ohio.
Great place to visit during the 1970's family road trips.wish they were still in ohio.
Craig sekeres wrote on November 6, 2019
Great part of our past time family road trips during the 70's
Great part of our past time family road trips during the 70's
Susan wrote on November 6, 2019
"My mom managed a stuckys in Waxahachie Texas back in 1979. It was fun living in the back of the store. When I woke up I always had breakfast made for me. We would occasionally see big tour buses come through with musicians. You never knew who was going to stop in. Unfortunately there was a motorcycle gang that came through one night and tried to break in. It was scary and my mom didn't feel it was safe for us so she had to resign. I miss the pecan logs and the divinity and all the other roadside memorabilia they carried."
"My mom managed a stuckys in Waxahachie Texas back in 1979.
It was fun living in the back of the store. When I woke up I always had breakfast made for me. We would occasionally see big tour buses come through with musicians. You never knew who was going to stop in. Unfortunately there was a motorcycle gang that came through one night and tried to break in. It was scary and my mom didn't feel it was safe for us so she had to resign. I miss the pecan logs and the divinity and all the other roadside memorabilia they carried."
Rich Roland wrote on November 6, 2019
Loved going to Stuckey's when going on family trips growing up in Ohio. Loved the coal candy. Shame not in Ohio anymore.
Loved going to Stuckey's when going on family trips growing up in Ohio. Loved the coal candy. Shame not in Ohio anymore.
Kevin Gartrell wrote on November 6, 2019
Loved going to Stuckey's when going on family trips growing up in Ohio. Loved the coal candy. Shame not in Ohio anymore.
Loved going to Stuckey's when going on family trips growing up in Ohio. Loved the coal candy. Shame not in Ohio anymore.
Nancy wrote on November 6, 2019
Every vacation my family always stopped at Stuckey's. As a kid I thought it was the grandest place to visit. I don't travel anymore, but I still have those great memories of vacations with my family and stopping at Stuckey's.
Every vacation my family always stopped at Stuckey's. As a kid I thought it was the grandest place to visit. I don't travel anymore, but I still have those great memories of vacations with my family and stopping at Stuckey's.
Nikki Kasper wrote on November 6, 2019
"Thank goodness Stuckey's is still around - although I had no idea you were! I recall as a child, stopping at Stuckey's in several locations between Texas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. We traveled from Texas and Arizona to Colorado each November for deer hunting; this was also one of our road trip vacations each year - I think from 1965-1976 or so. I remember seeing the road-side billboards declaring ""9 more miles to Stuckey's!"" or the like. Each sign caused more anticipation in the car - and it was an early teaching moment as well. When we'd finally get to Stuckey's, my Mama and I would hit the bathroom - whew! And after that, we'd walk up and down each aisle, looking at all the beautiful packaging of those sweet treats! I remember Mama saying 'We're only going to get divinity - I can't afford to buy it all!' Mama would share a heavenly bite with me - makes my mouth water thinking of it still. Back in the car we'd go, on to our next destination! Imagine my surprise as an adult, to see a Stuckey's near the New York/Ohio border in Pennsylvania! My husband and I lived in the Chicago area back in the 80s and 90s and we had traveled by car to a hockey camp in Sarnia, Ontario. Coming back through the States on our return to Chicago, we stumbled upon a Stuckey's and stopped. This was around 1992 I think - I was then 32, and had children aged 9, 5 and 2. This Stuckey's had a DQ grill inside and they were open - at 630am!!! We stopped and relived my childhood while we had breakfast. This time I was able to buy both divinity AND a pecan log roll for my husband.... Read more
"Thank goodness Stuckey's is still around - although I had no idea you were!
I recall as a child, stopping at Stuckey's in several locations between Texas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. We traveled from Texas and Arizona to Colorado each November for deer hunting; this was also one of our road trip vacations each year - I think from 1965-1976 or so.

I remember seeing the road-side billboards declaring ""9 more miles to Stuckey's!"" or the like. Each sign caused more anticipation in the car - and it was an early teaching moment as well. When we'd finally get to Stuckey's, my Mama and I would hit the bathroom - whew! And after that, we'd walk up and down each aisle, looking at all the beautiful packaging of those sweet treats! I remember Mama saying 'We're only going to get divinity - I can't afford to buy it all!' Mama would share a heavenly bite with me - makes my mouth water thinking of it still. Back in the car we'd go, on to our next destination!

Imagine my surprise as an adult, to see a Stuckey's near the New York/Ohio border in Pennsylvania! My husband and I lived in the Chicago area back in the 80s and 90s and we had traveled by car to a hockey camp in Sarnia, Ontario. Coming back through the States on our return to Chicago, we stumbled upon a Stuckey's and stopped. This was around 1992 I think - I was then 32, and had children aged 9, 5 and 2. This Stuckey's had a DQ grill inside and they were open - at 630am!!! We stopped and relived my childhood while we had breakfast. This time I was able to buy both divinity AND a pecan log roll for my husband.

Thank you for your persistence in bringing Stuckey's back. As I look toward retirement, my plans are to return to the southwest United States. I hope to find a Stuckey's there someday - after all, Stuckey's is a part of my fond memories of childhood.

Thank you!"
Teresa Badgett wrote on November 6, 2019
My last trip to Stuckey's, I was 11 years old. My family, Mama, Dad, 3 brothers and two sisters all went inside where it was nice and cool. Me? Stayed outside chasing lizards. Before I knew it, the family was coming out! We were leaving! We all piled into our Matador Station wagon, I was feeling rather upset and disappointed. We're driving down the road, up the on ramp, back on the freeway. It is a long way to the next Stuckey's. Then Mama pulls out a chocolate shake....FOR ME! All is good in the world! I am 57 now...we are planning a trip to Anahuac, lTexas, just to go to. STUCKEY'S
My last trip to Stuckey's, I was 11 years old. My family, Mama, Dad, 3 brothers and two sisters all went inside where it was nice and cool. Me? Stayed outside chasing lizards. Before I knew it, the family was coming out! We were leaving! We all piled into our Matador Station wagon, I was feeling rather upset and disappointed. We're driving down the road, up the on ramp, back on the freeway. It is a long way to the next Stuckey's. Then Mama pulls out a chocolate shake....FOR ME! All is good in the world! I am 57 now...we are planning a trip to Anahuac, lTexas, just to go to. STUCKEY'S
John R. wrote on November 6, 2019
For years, there was a Stuckey's on I-81 in Cortland, NY (between Binghamton and Syracuse). Used to love stopping there for pecan rolls! Building is still there, but it's now a Pit Stop Stravel Plaza.
For years, there was a Stuckey's on I-81 in Cortland, NY (between Binghamton and Syracuse). Used to love stopping there for pecan rolls! Building is still there, but it's now a Pit Stop Stravel Plaza.
Deb Orr wrote on November 6, 2019
While traveling from Myrtle Beach where we had the Bonaparte family reunion we stopped at Stuckey's. We loaded up on fruit, nuts, candy, seasonings and barbecue sauces. Everyone in the car found something to satisfy themselves. Now I see I can order on line. How great is this. I don't have to wait for a family trip down south to get Stuckey's
While traveling from Myrtle Beach where we had the Bonaparte family reunion we stopped at Stuckey's. We loaded up on fruit, nuts, candy, seasonings and barbecue sauces. Everyone in the car found something to satisfy themselves. Now I see I can order on line. How great is this. I don't have to wait for a family trip down south to get Stuckey's
Thomas Duckenfield wrote on November 6, 2019
"Congratulations to my childhood friend Stephanie Stuckey on her becoming CEO of her family's iconic and eponymous Stuckey's Corporation! The Stuckey's in Thornburg, VA was my family's favorite on my childhood trips from DC to visit the farm in Emporia. Cheers, Tom Duckenfield Washington, DC 1 November 2019"
"Congratulations to my childhood friend Stephanie Stuckey on her becoming CEO of her family's iconic and eponymous Stuckey's Corporation!

The Stuckey's in Thornburg, VA was my family's favorite on my childhood trips from DC to visit the farm in Emporia.

Cheers,

Tom Duckenfield
Washington, DC
1 November 2019"
StuckInThe1970s wrote on November 6, 2019
"So happy to see these still exist! As a kid in the 70s, we'd always go into Stuckeys with the vinyl imprint of my parent's car sticking to our sweaty legs. Any kid who when on a road trip begged to go to Stuckey's. It defied those needless boundaries of race, color, nationality, class, nuclear family, single mom...DIDNT MATTER. We all would run up to the door when we parked and saw so many other kids do the same. A stop off at Stuckey's and then the hotel swimming pool if we were good a few hours down the road. More kids just like us! Just kids. Life was so good. Growing up sure did mess up those simple pleasures! Build a time machine, Please :)"
"So happy to see these still exist! As a kid in the 70s, we'd always go into Stuckeys with the vinyl imprint of my parent's car sticking to our sweaty legs.
Any kid who when on a road trip begged to go to Stuckey's.
It defied those needless boundaries of race, color, nationality, class, nuclear family, single mom...DIDNT MATTER. We all would run up to the door when we parked and saw so many other kids do the same.
A stop off at Stuckey's and then the hotel swimming pool if we were good a few hours down the road. More kids just like us! Just kids. Life was so good. Growing up sure did mess up those simple pleasures! Build a time machine, Please :)"
lisa ondris wrote on November 6, 2019
my dad always stopped at stuckey's when I was growing up on our road trip fs from new york to florida. remember eating hamburgers fries and coke with my siblings. I did It with my daughter also. whenever we traveled & saw a stucky's we stopped.
my dad always stopped at stuckey's when I was growing up on our road trip fs from new york to florida. remember eating hamburgers fries and coke with my siblings. I did It with my daughter also. whenever we traveled & saw a stucky's we stopped.
Gary wrote on November 6, 2019
"When my parents, my sister and I was on vacation traveling out of state going to sites we would always stop at Stuckeys, to get food to eat and a piece of candy. I like to pecan log , My parents can't travel now, but we do miss stooping. Thanks for having them on the side of the highways. Thanks Gary"
"When my parents, my sister and I was on vacation traveling out of state going to sites we would always stop at Stuckeys, to get food to eat and a piece of candy. I like to pecan log , My parents can't travel now, but we do miss stooping. Thanks for having them on the side of the highways.

Thanks Gary"
Connie Lamm wrote on November 6, 2019
Only traveling w g-parents did we get to go to a Stuckeys. Can't seem to find those coffee flavored, barell shaped hard candies anywhere ...my favorite!
Only traveling w g-parents did we get to go to a Stuckeys. Can't seem to find those coffee flavored, barell shaped hard candies anywhere ...my favorite!
Yvette Wilson wrote on November 6, 2019
We always stopped at Stuckey's on our way to Florida every year when I was a child. My mother was from Eastman and was good friends with The Stuckey's son. She has passed away and Im trying to find out more about the family. W. Stuckey's should be about 75 years old. If possible can you contact him and let him know that Emma's granddaughter is trying to contact him. You have my e-mail and I can be contacted through there. I would truly appreciate any help I can get! Thank you Yvette
We always stopped at Stuckey's on our way to Florida every year when I was a child. My mother was from Eastman and was good friends with The Stuckey's son. She has passed away and Im trying to find out more about the family. W. Stuckey's should be about 75 years old. If possible can you contact him and let him know that Emma's granddaughter is trying to contact him. You have my e-mail and I can be contacted through there. I would truly appreciate any help I can get! Thank you Yvette
LuLu Craft wrote on November 6, 2019
As a child traveling from SC to TX loved the sausage bisquits!!! GREAT MEMORIES!!!
As a child traveling from SC to TX loved the sausage bisquits!!! GREAT MEMORIES!!!
Marty Bowlin wrote on November 6, 2019
Bring back tshirts and sweat shirts
Bring back tshirts and sweat shirts
Deborah Allen wrote on November 6, 2019
My fiance bought me some sandals because my feet were roasting from the trip home from Kemah. I fell in love with the sandals because they looked like a Native American design.
My fiance bought me some sandals because my feet were roasting from the trip home from Kemah. I fell in love with the sandals because they looked like a Native American design.
H Hinson wrote on November 6, 2019
"I grew up in the 1970s, and no road trip was complete without a stop at Stuckey's for some divinity, pecan log rolls, pecan-fried chicken (I have NEVER been able to find a recipe for this anywhere else), taffy and mixed nuts. We took a trip across the Southwest in 1973, and dad obliged us by stopping at every Stuckey's along the way. We always knew we'd find clean restrooms and cold drinks. I just got back from a road trip to North Carolina from Texas. What a thrill it was to find some real, blue roofed Stuckey stores along the way. I was meeting an old friend I hadn't seen in years. Long Live Stuckey's!!!!"
"I grew up in the 1970s, and no road trip was complete without a stop at Stuckey's for some divinity, pecan log rolls, pecan-fried chicken (I have NEVER been able to find a recipe for this anywhere else), taffy and mixed nuts.

We took a trip across the Southwest in 1973, and dad obliged us by stopping at every Stuckey's along the way. We always knew we'd find clean restrooms and cold drinks.

I just got back from a road trip to North Carolina from Texas. What a thrill it was to find some real, blue roofed Stuckey stores along the way. I was meeting an old friend I hadn't seen in years. Long Live Stuckey's!!!!"
JayCee wrote on November 6, 2019
Great to see Stuckey's back in family hands again. We always stopped at their stores on our family summer vacations and never disappointed. Now, if we could only get Howard Johnson back on firmer ground. Loved those grilled frankfurters!
Great to see Stuckey's back in family hands again. We always stopped at their stores on our family summer vacations and never disappointed. Now, if we could only get Howard Johnson back on firmer ground. Loved those grilled frankfurters!
Stacey Applebee ( Hunnicutt) wrote on November 6, 2019
"Growing up, my family ran and operated MANY Stuckey store locations. From Florida to Kansas! Grandparents, Aunts and parents. Was a great childhood memory!"
"Growing up, my family ran and operated MANY Stuckey store locations. From Florida to Kansas! Grandparents, Aunts and parents.

Was a great childhood memory!"
Dave wrote on November 6, 2019
My goodness I miss the long-ago times when making travels down Route 66 from Albuquerque and as a kid always on the lookout for a Stuckey's where my parents would stop for a fill-up - because back then there was a divinity treat given with a fill-up of gas 🙂 and there was that great little store to poke around in and a lunch counter for a burger or a grilled cheese. I loved those days and glad to know Stuckey's can still be found around Georgia. Yay for Stuckey's!!
My goodness I miss the long-ago times when making travels down Route 66 from Albuquerque and as a kid always on the lookout for a Stuckey's where my parents would stop for a fill-up - because back then there was a divinity treat given with a fill-up of gas 🙂 and there was that great little store to poke around in and a lunch counter for a burger or a grilled cheese. I loved those days and glad to know Stuckey's can still be found around Georgia. Yay for Stuckey's!!
Nikki L. wrote on November 6, 2019
In 1969 my parents and I drove from Fresno to NJ most on Rte 66 but stopped at many of Stuckeys along the way for eats and treats. My thrill was picking a charm for my charm bracelet from every state we passed thru at Stuckeys on our journey. I heart you guys!
In 1969 my parents and I drove from Fresno to NJ most on Rte 66 but stopped at many of Stuckeys along the way for eats and treats. My thrill was picking a charm for my charm bracelet from every state we passed thru at Stuckeys on our journey. I heart you guys!
Carla Courtney wrote on November 6, 2019
"Like everyone else my family made many trips to different states because of living there. Due to the fact my dad was in the Air Force. We always came back to South Carolina for visit's. We would stop at Stuckey's. I got other souvenirs but always got a Pecan Log Roll. I remember them being fatter and longer. We stopped moving around and I have not seen Stuckey's in years. Just about two weeks ago I was talking to a friend who also remembers Stuckey's and getting a Pecan Log Roll. We both work for Big Lots and we sell old time candy for the summer. Yes at lot of it looks different and are smaller or some bigger. I found Stuckey's Pecan Log Roll. Oh boy of course I bought two. When I got home and took a bite. That took me back to my childhood. Wow. Just bought two more. Thanks for the memories. Only one problem with these is when I eat a Pecan Log Roll I run across a shell. Thank you."
"Like everyone else my family made many trips to different states because of living there. Due to the fact my dad was in the Air Force. We always came back to South Carolina for visit's. We would stop at Stuckey's. I got other souvenirs but always got a Pecan Log Roll. I remember them being fatter and longer. We stopped moving around and I have not seen Stuckey's in years. Just about two weeks ago I was talking to a friend who also remembers Stuckey's and getting a Pecan Log Roll. We both work for Big Lots and we sell old time candy for the summer. Yes at lot of it looks different and are smaller or some bigger. I found Stuckey's Pecan Log Roll. Oh boy of course I bought two. When I got home and took a bite. That took me back to my childhood. Wow. Just bought two more.
Thanks for the memories. Only one problem with these is when I eat a Pecan Log Roll I run across a shell.
Thank you."
Anita wrote on November 6, 2019
Just moved to NC, I use to work at a Stuckey's Store back in Conway Texas, Glad to see you still open...
Just moved to NC, I use to work at a Stuckey's Store back in Conway Texas, Glad to see you still open...