|Little Big Man decided to wrestle up|
some cowboy boots and a ten-gallon hat
and mosey on down to the market.
UGA Redcoat alumnus, so he was all too thrilled to sit and listen.
|Becca the patriot in front of the band stand.|
|Listening to the music|
We've tried all kinds of new things throughout the weeks, including honey with the honeycomb. Truly delicious. It melts in your mouth like butter and after you've chewed it for a while, you just spit out the wax.
|Trying the honeycomb|
And here is our haul from last week and this week...
|Fourteen ears of corn|
(from the market on 7/2/11)
I can't say enough about the market and our growing affection for our community as a result. It is a blessing each week to see familiar faces, to learn the names that go along with them, and to happen upon old friends.
Here are some more shots from our last two weeks at the market...
|My first batch of fresh pickles made from our|
farmers market harvest
|Ma Luffin' Mayun's BLT made with farmers market goodies|
Lazy B Farm
Blue Sky Honey
Back In Time Farm
Bear Creek Farm
Double Bridges Farm