Thursday, October 11, 2012

The Road Side Market

What do you call those little Farmers Markets
that you pass along the highway?
 
Depending on the size and how much I like them,
I have several different names for them.
 
We'll call this one from Saturday a Road Side Market.
It was small, very cute and everything they sold was grown
right there on their farm.








Everything was so fresh and beautiful.
I didn't buy anything, if I did, I would have to cook.

The weather has been great since Saturday.
The hubs and I have been riding the bikes, enjoying the beach,
taking lot's of pictures, goofing off
and working on my autumn bucket list.
More on that another day.

I am completely exhausted and I need a rain day!!

Sharing today with Nancy at A Rural Journal for Rural Thursday
and
Lisa at Two Bears Farm
 

29 comments:

  1. It would be hard to leave some of that produce there,even if I do't want to cook. It all looks so neat and very attractive.

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  2. you make me laugh - only you would wish for rain so you could slow down a bit. :)

    loved all the fresh colors in this. those green beans made my mouth water!

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  3. Sounds like a perfect Debbie day! Glad you are feeling well. :)

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  4. Oh I do wish I could have visited the market with you. I would have loved to have shopped and cooked for the two of you.

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  5. I couldn't leave the roadside market without buy something. Especially the green beans and tomatoes.

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  6. The fruits and vegs look so pretty...all those lovely colors. I would have had to buy a tomato or two...no cooking required there! :-)

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  7. It sounds like you are making hay while the sun shines. Go for it as the rain and the cold will be here before we know it. Super photos!

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  8. Oh, I would have bought sooooooo much. I love to cook with farm fresh produce!

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  9. Oh what fun!! that market looks wonderful...

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  10. This is a wonderful little Farmer's Market...everything looks so fresh and pretty!

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  11. Oh these photos are wonderful. I would love to go and shop but not buy because "I would have to cook" :) I love the way you think. Have fun rain or snow will be coming soon I am sure. B

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  12. Ahhhhh...yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum and cool!! I adore these places no matter what they're called!!

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  13. Everything looks fresh and healthy - better than the local supermarket. :)
    Love that scarecrow!

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  14. Nice market! We have a farmer's market here that is pretty popular.

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  15. I just love fresh vegetables. There is always something that I can eat from places like this.

    The Welcome man is lovely. Me like .. hahaha :)

    Thank you for very nice picture:)

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  16. HI Debbie, it looks like a nice road side market. The veggies and fruits look yummy. Great shots! I hope you have a relaxing weekend.

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  17. This is fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  18. What beautiful vegetables. I do not eat vegetables, but my husband loves them. I would have bought one of each for him. Great to know that you are enjoying this beautiful weather. Even here in Florida, the weather is becoming nicer. Cooler mornings and nights. Enjoy your bucketlist. ANA

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  19. I think those little markets are one of the best things about Fall. Those are some awesome looking veggies :)

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  20. LOL on not cooking. I wouldn't have been able to resist buying something!

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  21. hahaha you crack me up with the no cooking! I'm the same way, but I would have eaten all those veggies raw. They look so good!!

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  22. You didn't even buy an apple to eat on the way home... Or were you promised ice cream!!!

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  23. ♪彡♪♫°¸.•♫°`

    Belas fotos. Muito bonitas mesmo!!!!
    Bom fim de semana!
    Beijinhos.
    Brasil

    ♪♫♫°✿°`╮

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  24. Fun post so full of glorious color! Sounds like you had a wonderful day. Beautiful photographs!

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  26. I want the yellow tomatoes, because I have not eaten such :)

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  27. I would have just had to buy some of those green beans!

    Beautiful, colorful post Debbie!

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  28. Wow how inviting is this Market of

    veggies.

    Beautiful shots. Love your

    photography.


    Carol Ann

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