I had been forewarned that there isn't much produce this time of year. Still, I had a great time.
Check out these
Toad houses, in case you are wondering.
The local Horticulture Society had lots of plants and herbs to choose from.
This guy (not pictured) is a beekeeper and had a honey stand. Look closely at his stand for the Visa/Master Card sign. These guys take credit cards. Who knew?
Bro had to have his blood drawn today so mommy got him an oatmeal cookie for breakfast.
More herbs from a local farmer.
Oh sweet heaven - they sell coffee. I was told that the beans are not grown locally (DUH - I'm glad they cleared that up for me), but they are ground and packaged locally. This farmer also had tea available and the herbs for the tea were,
After the Farmer's Market, we hopped over to Fairy Grandmother's house. Bro ate some banana while we waited for her to come back from the gym...
... and we kept Dear Husband company while he prepared Fairy Grandmother and Luvs2Boat's boat for the Blue Angels' flyover.
Conclusion: Loved, loved, loved the Farmer's Market. Will go back again. Can't wait for some local produce to arrive (tomato, fruits, yum).