There were several vendors down there and we hope for more. The crowds sure showed up. It was nice to run into so many locals that I know. There were 4 people from my coffee group to start with. Then there were many that I hadn't seen in years. I even saw a few of my senior computer students. It always makes me happy to see them out and about keeping busy and enjoying life.The first thing I grabbed were some organic free range eggs. When I had some for breakfast the next day I cracked one open to see two lovely yolks in the one egg. Mmm mmm good.
The bread stall had run out of nearly everything that day. I was lucky to get a baguette and a multi grain loaf. There were also pies and jams and jellies. Pickled asparagus and beans.The one vegetable stall sells fabulous garlic and they were giving every customer a free giant clove of the hottest garlic I have ever tasted. I loved it scrubbed on some toasted baguette with some brie cheese.
This area is built along our river front. The town homes were built in a brownstone style and when it all grows in it will look lovely.
I had planned to open a gift ware store down there when they first started building the area but they got bogged down for years and I decided against it.
Too bad though because it is an interesting area for sure.
Look at the petunia that was growing in a pot outside the florist's shop. I have never seen one like that before.
There was also music, a clown for the kids, lots of dogs. I look forward to the next one.
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