Farmer’s Market

Farmer’s Market
Today, my boyfriend Jake and I went to the Farmer’s Market. It is a small gathering of local people selling their fresh produce and foods. It is usually crowded but I love the atmosphere. The town that hosts this event is just a laid-back town. If it were a different decade, I would call it a hippie town. Young people dress casually and interact with the vendors and each other in perfect harmony. And there are many people that have dogs with them. It is a very dog-friendly town.
Organic vegetables are available. These farmers take pride in their produce.
I love the produce. It is beautiful! Nowhere can you find more vibrant and bright colors. You would love the selection. I love the roses.
The flowers were amazing! Buy them by the single flower, bunch, or bouquet.
Avocados are a favorite in California.
And you will love the ripe sweet bright red strawberries. Samples are always available.
The smells of the vendors cooking and serving their food fills the air and makes your mouth water. Making a choice for dinner from the many booths is hard. There are many ethnic foods made right in front of your eyes. The cooks show their pride in their abilities. And the people crowding the front of the booths just shows that the food is good.
In the middle of the market you can see a hostel. Young people are hanging out and watching the crowd. Sometimes you can hear someone singing or playing instruments and sharing their God given gifts.

But one of our favorite foods is the kettle corn. So, of course, we purchased a huge bag to munch on while browsing. Life is good!

6 thoughts on “Farmer’s Market

  1. This looks like it was so much fun… I haven’t ever been to our Farmer’s Market. Now I’m definitely going to go check it out. Thanks for sharing your fun day! 😉

  2. I love the farmer’s market! It’s so exciting to visit and just puts a smile on my face seeing all of the fresh foods and smelling all of the delicious baked goods. We have a farmer’s market here in town, but it’s a drop in the bucket compared to Soulard Farmer’s Market, which is about 40 minutes away. I think I’ll take the kids there this weekend!

  3. I love shopping farmers markets. Fruits and vegetables are so much fresher and definitely a lot cheaper. I wish my local farmer markets had fresh made foods also. Nothing like those delicious smelling aromas.

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