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Hermann MO Farmers Market

PurchasesOur typical Saturday morning includes shopping at a farmers market. This Saturday it was Hermann, MO, the picturesque town with German architecture and heritage. We never know what we will find or how many farmers will be selling. Today was a slim market yet full of options. Continue reading

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The Bernice Garden Farmers Market – Little Rock, AR

IMG_4205Talk with locals and you will get the best and most accurate information. So it was for us the Saturday we ate and shopped at The Root Café in Little Rock, AR. In discussing the Downtown Little Rock Farmers Market with the young man at The Root Café mini market, he stated that on Sunday there was a farmers market across the street from the café. We were all ears. Continue reading

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Fredericksburg, TX Farmers Market

Our BountyDodging rain showers was becoming the norm for us in Texas. Yet, that was not going to stop us from shopping the first farmers market of the season in Fredericksburg. The market was advertised as having cooking demonstrations, local produce, music, wine tasting and much more. Now, that sounds like our kind of market – off we go! Continue reading

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Wolf Ranch Farmers Market, Georgetown, TX

IMG_2854Another Saturday, another farmers market…

We visit so many farmers markets, you would think they all begin to look the same. Absolutely not! Each is different even though some have similar veggies and other products. One of the things we enjoy is visiting different areas and seeing what is in season since each growing season is different for each area. Continue reading

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Day of Surprises – Truck Stop Eating

20150404_091956Saturdays usually mean shopping at a farmers market and breakfast out. This has become a tradition of ours no matter where we may be located. This Saturday we were in Breaux Bridge, LA and knew the Lafayette markets well, having shopped them many times. There are three farmers markets in Lafayette which is interesting for a city of its size and the markets are close together. Continue reading

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A New Pavilion, A Great Market

PavilionWe’ll admit it – we are addicted. Everyone is addicted to something and we are no different. Every Saturday morning, our adrenaline starts pumping and we begin planning for our adventure. The excitement is even more if we are in a new location. Off we go headed to the local farmers market and our fix for the week. Continue reading

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Where Trains Rolled – Day 2

Covington TrailheadSometimes you expect the same, only things are different. Our first experience with The Tammany Trace began from Fontainebleau State Park through wooded areas, quiet and relaxing. Today, beginning at the Covington trailhead was totally different. Hustle and bustle, traffic, workers, stores, and a mid-day market with people purchasing lunch. But with another perfect south Louisiana day and the trails calling, we began our second biking experience of the Trace by trucking our bikes to the Covington Trailhead and rode toward Abita Springs. Continue reading

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