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June 1, 2009

Local Farmer's Market

Care to join us for a quick stroll
around the local farmer's market?

Farmer's Market Fleurs
I love to mix and match the same colors
to make a beautiful, maison bouquet.

Anyone for fresh, delicious garlic and/or chiles?
We made garlic bread Saturday night...
Delicious! No vampires at our house :)

More beautiful cottage roses
Love this pale rose color

Care for some Bing Cherries?
Brought a bunch home and put them
in the refrigerator - yummy!
Hope you enjoyed the "petite tour" of our
Local Farmer's Market

Please remember to help support our hard working
Farmer's through purchasing their
fresh, delicious goods!

Also, a little reminder...
The store's being stocked. We started this morning
and will continue through the week.

Just click to go to the shoppe

More French Keys in Stock

Have a happy, happy week
I'll share my field trip with you
later this week...
Stay tuned ~ It was a blast!

Au revoir for now~


Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

Ahhh..that first bouquet is beautiful! I can almost smell the roses. Lovely pictures. ~Mindy

Petit Coterie said...

I love farmers markets, it's amazing how fruit and veggies always taste so much better. Let's get some fruit and go for a long walk together, I need it!

My Shabby Roses said...

What wonderful yummy photos!

Love the cherries, it's hard to believe they're already out in the stores.

June said...

Hi Tracie,
That garlic will sure keep those bad boys away. But those flowers have sure got me salivating. Beautiful. The pink roses are heavenly too. And the cherries...yum. Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving the sweet message for me. People are wonderful! And Lita totally caught me off guard with that gift. I wish I had gazebos to give away. I guess I do have one to give away, but I won't because I don't Hugs,

trash talk said...

My goodness are going to have to restock already! Everything I loved was sold! I love the escagot dish. I just wish there were at least 6. Keep me in mind if you were to suddenly get that many.
Love the balloons! I also love going to farmers markets.

Allidink said...

Beautiful flowers! What a great farmers market :) Great items for the store!

All the best,

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Tracie,

I loved your post so much.
The beautiful white flowers and the pale roses and the cherries and garlic. The French keys are neat.
thanks for taking me to your market,
it looks a lovely place to visit.

Have a great week

Gail McCormack said...

Hi Tracie
I also love the Farmer's Markets - we have something similar every Wednesday all the way along our local Main Street Shopping Centre - I meet me friend for coffee then we load our baskets up with fresh eggs, vegies, herbs, plants - delish!

Your new website goodies look very interesting!

Tracy said...

Your photos are always so lovely, Tracie!

Sandi said...

Loved the stroll through your local farmers market. Beautiful photos as well! Hope you have a wonderful week !

Alice W. said...

Just beautiful Tracie! Josh and I enjoy the market so much...we get so much we hardly have room in our fridge! Beautiful photographs ;)

Gypsy Mermaid said...

I love coming to see allyour fresh finds! Farmers markets are the best! I am hosting a lovely swap! you should come by and check it out! Its sea theme and for the home! I am taking 20 peeps! Big hugs


Claudia said...

Beautiful! Can't wait to see what you found on your trip!

Les Cotrions said...

Stunning products from the Farmer's market! Faboulous flowers and cherries! Very nice new items for your shop!!!
Have a nice Wednesday!

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Hello sweet Tracy!
What great memories of the French you know Sarlat in the Southwest? Magnificent open market. Lovely photos ma chere! Anita

Brenda said...

I passed by the local Farmer's Market on Saturday. I should have braked fast and gone on in. Yes, we should support our locals!

La Table De Nana said...

Perfect post~ Bouquets.. fruit.. balloons..all leading to your shoppe~ You have a true flair for feminine fabulous finds~
I love everything:)

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

You definitely have a nicer farmer's market there then we do here. I guess it all that great growing weather. Thanks so much for sending people my way. Hope to repay the favor sometime soon.
Talk soon,

mybellacolle said...

ooh...garlic bread!! I've planted garlic in my garden this year...fingers crossed it comes up!! mmmm...cherries... oh ur makin' me hungry!!lol!!
Happy Tuesday!

Suzy said...

I love the photos from the local market. I believe that local markets are the best and the soul of the city.


Anything Goes Here said...

Doesn't everything look yummy? Thanks for sharing your life with me. xo Joan

boubou said...

Bonjour ! first time i come across your blog , so im gonna visit now :) well if you wanna bes inspired by one of my collages or just dream, come and visit my blog :)
a bientot!
Boubouteatime xx

ps: waou you have such a header !!

boubou said...

Bonjour ! first time i come across your blog , so im gonna visit now :) well if you wanna bes inspired by one of my collages or just dream, come and visit my blog :)
a bientot!
Boubouteatime xx

ps: waou you have such a header !!

Rue said...

Good morning Tracie :)

Our farmer's market starts this Friday and every Friday after that and I'm hoping we have time to go to the first one. I can't wait!

Vampires.... LOL


Andrea said...

I absolutely agree...I love supporting local farmers. Those cherries look scrumptious!

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

Those pale pink roses are heavenly!

Counting Your Blessings said...

Aren't they wonderful?! I can't wait to hit our Farmer's Market this weekend. We have one within bicycling distance so it's a fun thing for the kids too.

Blessings.. Polly

Vintage Rose Collection said...

Oh I love going to the farmers market too and picking fresh produce and bouquets. Your photos are mizmerizing Tracie. They look heavenly and so soft...You really have an eye...
Love to you

A Romantic Porch said...

Oh I LOVE farmer's market. It's just a 1/2 block away in the summer and fall. We never ever find bing cherries there though! They are $4.98 per lb in the produce dept! I had so much fun with you. Thanks. xo rachel

Debby said...

OH, so many beautiful pics. Visiting my local farmer's market is one of my fav things to do.
Thanks for sharing.