The lovely Caroline Finnegan - gardening teacher extraordinaire!
One of our little cherubs from Birch Grove Primary School...she was so amazed to see me at the Market! And what a fashion statement!! ;-)
Meet Delilah and Diesel - teacup Chihuahuas! And the hit of the Market today! ;-)
The line for the Fish Market - freshest fish you'll ever buy...away from the shoreline, that is! ;-)
Liam...measuring up the cupola, with a little help from a friend. ;-)
The new barn is coming together!
Another new vendor - wonderful brooms of all kinds!
Rose - beaming as usual!
THE most amazing whisk brooms! New vendors - hope they return!
Swap table from the other direction - I was lucky enough to end up with a jar of fresh yogurt, that English Muffin bread, and some of those beautiful eggs!
My contributions to the swap - lemon balm and bronze fennel - almost all were traded!
Swap, swap, swap!
Mmmm...we just love swapping!
A celebrity in our midst! Kate Payne doing a canning demo, and selling copies of her best-selling 'The Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking'. Fun to finally meet in person!
Sue Muldoon creating future farmers. ;-)
Dr. Paul Thomas - visiting agriculture professor - came all the way from Atlanta, Georgia to check out our market!
Potting up those pumpkin seeds...
Free seeds - I'm wishing I grabbed that packet of Delicata Squash - love those!
Still busy...even at 1 pm!
Chris of Swift Farm - and the flip side of my beekeeping photos from the other day!
It was a busy opening day - and perfect weather for shopping and visiting!
Tools of the trade.
New vendor...and a very charming man, with great samples! ;-)
So many beautiful flowers today, from Windham Gardens.
Sean Patrick's Plants always has wonderful hanging planters!
Had to buy some of these squash...too lovely to pass up!
Another busy market day!
Lost in her music - a great band today!!
Lilah and her dollar...