Thursday, July 13, 2017

Sickles Market

It's an odd name for a store, but perhaps it has a "secret" meaning.
It is a food/produce store/butcher/nursery/florist/cool stuff we don't need store.
This place had it all...plus Produce Pete whom I had never heard of.
He was there for a few hours, signing his book - all new to me.
I need to watch the news and get out more.

So let me show you around...





That's Produce Pete











That was indoors, I'll show you the outside nursery tomorrow!

oooooh and I Googled the definition of "sickle"
"an implement for cutting grass or grain - hooklike blade mounted on a short handle"
I think that may be the meaning behind the name,
you will understand that more when you see outside!

22 comments:

  1. Ooh that is a wonderful store. I would love to visit. There are numerous items saying buy me, buy me!!
    Have a brilliant Thursday :)

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  2. What a great place to browse! I would love that store. Thanks for the tour.

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  3. Looks like they have a bit of everything in there. That is the kind of store I love to go in and just walk around taking it all in.

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  4. I like the atmosphere of this place. All that AND cheesecake?? Like Heaven!

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  5. Hello, Debbie! It is a wonderful store. So many goodies, I see a lot of things I would like. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!

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  6. Oh wow! Love stores like that, and especially looking at things I don't need. :)

    You guys have the best places to visit!

    xoxo

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  7. What a awesome place!!! I think I could spend hours there, at every turn something cool to look at.
    Now I need to look up produce Pete. I wonder what he writes about.
    Do you know I used to do produce for a living when I first got married? Hardest job I ever had but boy did I love it. :)

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  8. Sickles--could be a family name. I have a friend whose last name is Sickles.
    One could get lost in that store for hours and hours--if one could stand on their feet that long without their back breaking!
    I saw some stuff in there that I'd like to buy. :-)

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  9. Yikes! Walking in there, would give me a confusion-headache! -grinnnn-

    In those jam-packed stores, I wonder how they deal with people picking stuff up, stuffing it in somewhere, and walking out with it????????? Everything, could not have a chip in it, to beep, when going out.

    I wonder...

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  10. all those desserts look so good

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  11. Hello Debbie!:) How inviting! I would love to spend some time and money in that store. First item would be the white cow creamer, and the second would be one of those delicious looking cakes.:)

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  12. I actually love stores like these. The downside???
    You can spend a whole lotta money in a very short period of time, when you realize that you "need" this, that, and the other.
    Still, I love it.
    xo.

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  13. I could spend all day there. Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Wow it looks like they have a great assortment of things to look at, and some yummy things too! I love those kind of places, you feel like you just aren't seeing it all. Such a great place to explore!

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  15. You had me at pies and chocolates.

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  16. What a truly fabulous store filled with such a great selection of goodies.

    All the best Jan

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  17. Oh my, now this is a place I'd need the whole week to see it all! I agree with you on the name!

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  18. You do find the most interesting stores to visit and this is a great one. I would probably spend way too much time in this store. I really like dishes so they caught my eye. It looked like such a fun visit. Love it all! Hugs~

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  19. Hi Debbie, Thanks so much for visiting us! We love your photos. Sickles Market is actually named after the Sickles family! Bob Sickles is the owner and our store is built on the land his family inherited from the King of England in 1663. You can read more about the Sickles family and our store at www.sicklesmarket.com Thanks again for posting such gorgeous photos!

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