Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Early harvest


Sunday morning we had our little Farmers Market in Painted Cave where I live. A nice gathering of locals and visitors came together in the morning fog to trade produce, crafts and stories.
Our visiting musician Santiago, a Quechua from Peru played throughout the festivities.


Baked goods kept coming out from the kitchen..scones, stone fruit upside down cake, fresh fruit coffee cake and hot tea and coffee for everyone.


Barbara had her hand crocheted hats for sale.




Chris made bird houses...


fresh basil....yum!



Brought home some of Larry's apples for Justin's lunches...




Ellie and tomatoes...




Phil's homemade bread went fast.
I managed to sell a few things and headed home to work in our garden for the rest of the day.

4 comments:

Julie Whitmore Pottery said...

What a wonderful market!
looks intimate and very cozy.
julie

Cynthia Eloise said...

i always love going to the farmers market. yours looked like a cool fall morning.

Marie said...

What a delightful morning/market!
I could almost imagine the Peruvian
music and that fresh produce. Nice
:)

Yael said...

What a lovely post Mary - I enjoyed being with you there and meet all those people!