We went to Costco this morning, arriving about 20 minutes after the store opened. The parking lot looked pretty full but there was no line. I'd heard that the Costcos often had lines because they only let so many people into the store at one time. Apparently the store we went to didn't get the message because the place was packed!
I went straight to the toilet paper and was happy to get some since there was less than a half pallet left of the stuff. At least the store was limiting sales to one bundle of toilet paper per Costco card so that kept people from hoarding it. Then we went by the meat department and it was utter madness. Overall, people in the store seemed cranky, impatient, and others, completely unaware of their surroundings as they literally ran into other people with their carts. ayayay
The store looked really well stocked compared to the Sam's Club we went to yesterday so we picked up some other things we wanted and even though the checkout lines were kind of long, we got through pretty fast. I didn't even take time to take any pictures, I wanted to get my stuff and get out!
I may go 100% home delivery after that experience. It certainly wasn't the enjoyable experience we usually have when shopping at Costco, and even though we have been pretty isolated with staying at home for more than a month, I don't really miss being around people at all.