It’s 3:30 p.m. on a Thursday, time for Aaron Schofield to load up the Lakeside Pharmacy and Grocery minivan.
He’s about to depart from the Lakeside store in Antigo.
“I just kind of hop in the van, head out, go to the address,” he said.
Aaron makes a circuit of Antigo at 3:30 every day, delivering prescription medication to the doors of customers. The number of deliveries are never constant, but never zero.
“Could be anywhere from three to four like today, to 15 to 20 [on other days],” he said. “You really just never know.”