We went to our infamous farmers market over the weekend.
Our weather was so gorgeous, making it a perfect morning to be outside browsing fresh bakery, cheese, produce and flowers.
As usual, we don’t buy much, mainly because we don’t want to carry it.
We got a breakfast sandwich, some monster cookies, lettuce, and some cheese curds.
This time of year, there’s just early season produce to be found, things like onions, radishes, rhubarb, and lettuce.
I always end up stocking up on pictures of some of the most beautiful flowers I’ve ever seen!
I hope the farmers don’t mind I’m sneaking pictures of their goodies.
Thanks for stopping by!
9 thoughts on “Farmers Market – May Update”
This is a lovely post, Terri!
Such beautiful flowers. A nice way to start my day…
Beautiful flowers! But I’m sad at your produce selection. We’ve had strawberries and asparagus for a while now, and in the last two weeks — blueberries, apricots, nectarines…. You would love it here!
What beautiful flowers! I think much of our fruit harvest is lost here, due to the frost we had a month or so ago.
Oh, my! Gorgeous!
beautiful flowers! browsing the markets just so happens to be one of my favorite things to do!
Love the flowers! I plan on getting to a few of those here this year as well. We have several nearby, I’m just starting to explore. Looks like a relaxing weekend!
Those flowers are gorgeous! Wish we had a true farmer’s market near our house. Our “so called” farmer’s market sells tacky trinkets rather than fresh fruits and vegetables.
I can’t believe I missed this!!!
I just love flowers 🙂
Thanks for sharing.