I looked into my pantry today and found rye flour, whole wheat flour, rice flour, barley flour, cake flour, pizza flour, and high gluten flour for making bagels but no bread flour. So, like ApplePie , I decided to go flour shopping.
I didn't visit a mill, instead hitting the local Cash & Carry , which carries a number of different brands of flour, the most noteable of which is Pendleton Flour Mills . I was pleased that this time they had 25 pound bags of flour for under 10 bucks, so I picked up one bag of their unbleached Morbread flour, which I've been quite satisfied with in the past. They had their Power high gluten flour, their semolina flour, and their pizza flour blends too, which I'm quite tempted to try next time.
So now I've just mixed up my first batch of Anis Bouabsa's baguettes  and will set up a sourdough to ferment overnight tonight as well. It is nice to have the rainy weather back... perfect for hanging around the house, reading, and baking!