I stopped in at the Farmers Market this weekend for some more photo opportunities. Nope, I didn't buy anything as my wife was not along. She selects the groceries. I just eat them. We live in Sonoma County, northern California and are fortunate to have a long growing season. Thus there was a cornucopia of produce, flowers and such and we all know what that looks like, so I focused on the other items instead.
This is my first attempt to get an overall scene shot and this little girl wasn't about to move. She really wanted her picture taken. I obliged then got the above shot later on the next aisle over.
Custom made chicken coops for those who want the very best for their chickens.
Easy access to the eggs.
The prices. The man's face lit up when I said I was going to put this on my blog.
It was a grandfather and grandson operation and the grandson looked to be in his 50's.
Maybe grandpa made these baseball bat hat racks.
Next to grandpa and grandson, was another enterprising wood worker.
Interested in a custom rustic gardener's potting station, or a carry box for your garden tools?
I see registration tags are due for the one above.
Now I made a real nice set of Adirondack chairs awhile back. Still have them. But this guy took the design to a whole other level and I was impressed. Made from oak wine barrel stays.
Okay, here is a food shot. You name it and I think they had it in seafood.
And we had some music for your shopping pleasure.
I really couldn't see how the metal bucket could tip so easily but I stayed clear anyway.