Dear and I are headed to Port Townsend tomorrow and hope to stroll through the Farmer's Market there. Great smiles!
I wish I could go to all of them! And I do so miss a backyard garden and having time to can pickles, jams and other stuff. I just keep saving the jars for my "future life".
Looks more exciting than our local Farmers Market. I am hopeing to stop by ours tomorrow for some fresh green beans and new potatoes. Enjoy and blessings!
How lovely! I will miss visiting farmer's markets this summer since we aren't traveling to the States. :/ We don't have such things here. Nothing much is grown locally except maybe cucumbers and tomatoes, so most things are flown in from surrounding countries. Weather looks perfect where you are. Enjoy! Tammy
It certainly does look warm and cheerful...Ours won't begin for weeks and weeks, perhaps never if this disastrous weather doesn't quit. We've not been out of the 50s since Monday. It's becoming increasingly difficult to keep my sunny side up. ☺
Summertime is so, so special. Love the smiling faces. This reminds me of the song, Summertime and the Liv'n is Easy.
Hello La Tea Dah....I do, indeed, love summertime and I love Farmers Markets! Thanks for the photos. Susan
Our local farmer's market has never really taken off. It's in it's third year. I always make purchases because I want so much to support it and see it flourish but it seems to struggle just to stay at the small size that it is. Last weekend I did purchase some beautiful tomato plants for a dollar each. Several varieties including some heirloom! Yes, I do love summertime and even my tiny little farmer's market gives me great pleasure!Blessings, Debbie
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