The Farmer's Market
Signs of Fall
This summer, we (my camera, friends, and I) spent almost every Saturday morning at our local Farmer's Market.
Last week the temperatures dropped and Fall showed it's true colors. It was amazing to see
the changes reflected at the market.
Acorn squash (Winter squash) appeared for the first time in the vendor's booths.
Baskets replaced some of the crates.
The flowers changed to those that can survive our chilly weather.
The bands dressed warmer!
Beautiful orange pumpkins appeared in a number of the booths.
I also saw some colorful Indian Corn.
Warm clothing and warm egg rolls. They also make great crab rangoons!
Mum plants for sale!
Time to get those frost-tolerant flowers in the ground.
Isn't she lovely?
This morning it has been raining and we missed the Market, but there will be other
Saturdays thru October!
Missed you all this Summer!!
Make this a great day!
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