I love selling at farmers markets. They offer you incredible food, flowers, local businesses, crafts and specialty artisan creations. The folks I meet really enjoy being there. They support the community and local farming.
We don't talk enough about how important it is to grow local and micro. There is overwhelming evidence, daily, and at levels we cannot comprehend, that show us how bad it is to grow in mass.
I find the selfish behavior of those that destroy our environment, and don't farm with sustainable practices, ironic, considering they are sealing their own fate. Acting that selfish and not caring beyond the immediate, well lets just say, wealth will not save you. It doesn't make sense.
The farmers market is inspiring. We are a community and the more we gather together, the bigger our support, the better the understanding. The better for the environment.
It is the very farmers at the local markets across the world that grow the finest organic foods for our survival. Of course my favorite part; the dogs. They are so much fun and how great to be able to share them with everyone.
Sadie a 5 month old rescued Samoyed and what a cutie!
See McKenzie getting to know new Friends and showing the love by getting down low to greet them with wagging tails of excitement. McKenzie was really enjoying her tiny friends. Just look at that tail!
Ernie, a Portuguese Water dog. One look at that face and you know that he is one smart dog!
Large Dog Alert - Bud - a German Shepard/ Chow, 1/2 Mastiff and 100% friendly - a cold nose, a wet tongue and 180 lbs of love
Hershey - a Chocolate lab with one of the busiest noses you will ever run across.
Sadie - a Cardigan Corgy - the original was cross bred with Collies and the Welsh Corgy were bred w/ spritzers.
A good time was had by all. Please spread the word. Take advantage of great prices and the local economy. You can also enjoy walking around and getting some exercise. Here is a link to all the local farmers markets in Washington
Until next time,