Ah I miss the farmer's market! This reminds me of this article here: http://www.theatlantic.com/life/archive/2011/05/the-farmers-market-myth/238661/
I have to ask! How did you get L.L. bean to embroider pink onto you green handle bag? Love that!!!
We begin our farmer's market in a month - can't wait !!
I eagerly await the July and August markets here in the Delaware valley....fresh ripe Jersey tomatoes...best on the planet!
Looks amazing! Our community's market is opening tomorrow. I couldn't be more excited!!!
@Joy - Thanks for pointing out the article.@Xtina - If you call up to order, you can choose your monogram thread color. I used "Rose", but on my next one I will choose "Dark Pink" instead as it is, funnily, not as dark.@Pete - It truly marks the beginning of the season.@Main Line Sportsman - Sounds marvelous!@Town and Country Prep - I love the early start. Have fun!
Thank you Muffy! I had no idea you could do that!
I'll tell you what, that farmer's market is a thing of beauty. I always feel good about spending a fortune at our local farmer's market and supporting our local, organic growers and farmers. How many things can you say you feel good about spending a fortune on?I think I even did a post about Farmer's Markets at the beginning of my blog.
Good morning from Tokyo!I loved your pictures. There is something so beautiful about produce when it's not pre-packaged. We have some very exotic markets around the city but by far my favorites continue to be those containing freshly pulled fruits and vegetables. Thank you for sharing!Warmly,Elizabeth
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