Sunday, October 25, 2009

Farmers Market


A drizzly, windy day found the vendors at the Three Rivers Farmers Market hanging tarps behind their stalls in the Farmers Market Pavilion. Lots of apples in bushel baskets, Northern Spy, Cortland, and some other heirloom varieties, along with chestnuts, squash, and all sorts of pumpkins. Worth braving the chill for!

Here are some of the Amish baked goods and pickles also on sale. Next to this table, a couple sells their own local farm-raised meats.


My 100th Daily Photo!

10 comments:

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

Your pictures make me glad I'm heading that way, even if I'm packing my rain boots and gloves!

Sue

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Looks wonderful--yr making me HUNGRY!

I remember northern spies from childhood--haven't seen them in a while.

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

Northern Spy and Pippin are my favorite for pie. I never saw Northern Spies in California.

Rob and Mandy said...

Oh well, could only be good: they have my favorite jam, rhubarb!

Gretchen said...

That looks so good! Our local farmers' market is over for the season and we already miss it. It was held just down the street from our house. :)

Thanks for stopping by my blog and your nice comments.

Julie said...

How romantic I find it to learn the varieties of common fruit and vegetables that other people are accustomed to. I do not know Northern Spy at all but have read of Pippin. Here in Sydney we have varieties like: Jonathan, Pink Lady, Delicious, Granny Smith, and Bonza.

Thank you for visiting my blog and for your kind comment.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Looks like a great farmers' Market! YUmmy!

Amy said...

yum very nice!

Chuck Pefley said...

Congratulations on #100. Keep up the good work! Fall is gorgeous in your neck of the woods!

Paula said...

I like so much to see this kind of pictures. Thank you.