Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Olympia Farmers Market

I went to the local Farmers Market

Cute as can be

I took a few photos

Bought some blueberries


and Lavender


and a couple of
handmade soaps

(The Blue Ridge Gal went to her Farmers Market a while ago. )

22 comments:

ellen abbott said...

I love going to the market. I always buy way too much stuff.

Roses and Lilacs said...

Hi JC, I love farmer's markets. In our area we are just now getting some ripe produce. I have started using the hand made soaps too. Didn't go last weekend but plant to next Saturday. I have a couple to choose from.
Marnie

Kritter Keeper said...

i love handmade soap! sounds like a lot of fun and your lavendar must smell awesome!

The Kool-Kittie-Krew said...

I LOVE when my Mommy goes to the farmer's market! I am a BIG glutton of fruit! Peaches, watermelon, and plaums are my FAVE!!! We giggled at the name Walla-Walla.

Skeeter

JC said...

I got Lavendar which is still on my kitchen table .. drying out.

Some blueberries which I made into a delic pie for Mr. Boatman who loves blueberries.

The soap is marvelous smelling.

There really is a place called Walla Walla ... on the other side of my state ... never been there but I grew up knowing that they made onions. (My Mom used them in all her recipes ... not all but if she could add it she would)

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi JC
Thanks for visiting mu blog and leaving a nice comment. I also love lilacs and cats! :-)

Farmer's Markets always have the most amazing produce. I once bought a cauliflower that weighed four pounds at one! The handmade soaps looked so interesting--going to check the link out and the blueberries ...mmm!

Reese =^..^= said...

That looks like it was a lot of fun. Such a cute place too.

Kris said...

Great finds!

The Good Life in Virginia said...

walla walla onions are great...i've not seen any in these parts. but then again, we don't have a lot to select from...lol.
the downside of living here.

have a wonderful evening.

Herrad said...

Hi JC,
Could taste the berries and smell the lavender and the soap.
Have a good afternoon.
Love,
Herrad

Martha said...

I love the farmers markets too. You too some really nice shots while you were there!

Sally in WA said...

I love Farmer's Markets in the summer months. They just started one recently in Stanwood plus I enjoy going to the one in Okanogan. I like all of the fresh produce and homemade goodies.

I posted the answer to your pie question in my comments on the blog. :-)

JC said...

Sally ~ I'll go over and find out

Lavender ... I always have to check that word. I spelled it right in the blog and wrong in comments ... oh spell check take me away to Sally's site to see what made her pie look so cute ....

Mishkat said...

This all looks so good! My mother-in-law used to live in Sequim - the climate there is perfect for lavender, and it even grew wild. I wish it was easier to grow it here.

JC said...

I have a few lavender plants but not enough to get 'cuts' for the table. If I'm walking by and there is a slight breeze ... oh, the scent ... define !!!

Laoch of Chicago said...

Great love for farmer's markets although with no car I always find it challenging to get everything home!

Natalie said...

So fun and so pretty! Gotta love the markets.xx♥

Barbara said...

Glad you enjoyed the tour.
Running through your posts I wonder how many cats you have.

I do love cats.

JC said...

Barbara ~ I have four purr balls ...

Al ~ big black boy
Ashton Rosevelt ~ grey striped tabby
Jasmine Marie ~ Snowshoe Siamese Princess
Riley Andrew ~ Mulit toed orange baby boy ... he's two now but still the baby

Lilly Ann ~ past away two years ago ... she's the cat in my profile

Sherri said...

Looks like you hit pay dirt at the Farmer's Market. I love homemade soap. Whenever John and I travel I always buy homemade soaps to take back with us! Glad you had a good day!

Judy said...

One thing about working weekends is that I miss the Market!! Okay, I could be there for 8 when it opens, but then I would miss my walk two days in a row (Sundays, I have to go church).

Terra said...

Blueberries, farmers market and lavender soap; you got my attention with these topics, all of which I like.
And of course cats and lilacs are wonderful too.

There comes a time in your life when you walk away from all of the drama and the people who create it. You surround yourself with people who make you laugh. Forget the bad and focus on the good. Love the people who treat you right and pray for those who don’t. Life is too short to be anything but happy. Falling down is part of life, getting back up is living.

~ Jose N. Harris

Characters In My Garden

Purr Gang ~ My five cats

Cats ~ Al, Ashton Rosevelt, Jasmine Marie, Riley Andrew & Meredith Ann

Fur Gang ~ Jodie Isabella and Sally Jean
(The Original member, Sweet Bella is in memory only now. Maddy Jean, another original member, past away in August of 2014)

Mr. Boatman ~ my husband who likes boats

DD ~ my daughter who graduated and is now out living in the real world

DS or Dson ~ my son is studying computer science and math



Maddy Jean & Bella

Maddy Jean & Bella
Both gone but never forgotten

Jodie Isabella

Jodie Isabella

Al

Al
I adopted him from our local Humane Society

Ashton

Ashton
Adopted from my local horse supply store

Jasmine

Jasmine
I adopted her from Purrfect Pals

Riley

Riley
I adopted him from the local Humane Society

Meredith Ann

Meredith Ann
I adopted her from Purrfect Pals