The other thing that I was looking to buy was some local honey. Luckily, there was a vendor also selling honey, so I picked up a big jar of amber colored honey. Oooh, I can't wait to try it in my mint tea.
When you are in NY State, you can't be in a farmer's market without at least one vendor selling NY Apples! I didn't buy any because we recently had gone apple picking.
At the farmer's market, there was a vendor selling garden markers. Aren't these cool? I'm so
My mother-in-law saw another farmer vendor there she knew and we went up to her booth to talk to her. She is a cattle farmer, and was selling cuts of packaged beef. She had with her these two Labrador Retrievers and I instantly FELL IN LOVE. They were so adorable! Look at that paw!
Completely sweet and soft. She said they were for sale for $50 each. Do you think my husband would find out if I tried to sneak her home? Awwww.
Buy one marker at a time. That's what I do with the expensive antique purple bottles that I luv....ReplyDelete
Great market and cute pup.
UMMMM farmer's market stuff, honey and a puppy! Is this heaven!?ReplyDelete
The garden markers are cute! Are they made out of cement?ReplyDelete
Hi, just found your blog through a link on "We arent here for the grass"-Biddi Lee's blog.ReplyDelete
You actually can make your own markers. There is a kit you can buy called "Poetry Stomes" that has forms and letters, numbers. You can get small buckets of cement mix/dyes from Home Depot/Lowe's. It really is easy, and fun. My favorite are 3 bricks I made that say "My Produce Department" when you first enter my garden.
PS Lived on Scarboro Ave/Abbot for about 6 months 33 years ago...has the neighborhood changed?
On the other hand, think of how many markers you could get for the price of one puppy, lol. I'm cheap too! :)ReplyDelete