Rainy day market

Rainy day at the farmers\' market

Rain, rain, go away… Not something you’d actually hear me say, or even think, lightly. This morning’s market didn’t quite qualify, although it rained heavily and steadily for the first three hours. Rain at the market has never been too bad for our stand, people always come out. Today, the stand set-up was still in fully compact mode, across two sawhorses instead of four, but there was a fair bit of veg, including the first 60lbs (27kg) of snap peas (Sugar Ann), around 40 broccoli, and a (relatively!) vast supply of all-lettuce mesclun, spinach (Spargo), garlic scapes (Music) and beet greens from assorted varieties. Enough to just make the minimum return from market needed at this time of year to keep this tiny farm ticking. By the end of the morning, all of the CSA pick-ups had picked up, and most of the veggies were sold out. Which is…good!

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2 Responses to “Rainy day market”

  1. Mike,

    You’re market stand looks fabulous!  I think I have a bit of work to get mine looking a bit nicer.  I have a couple of questions for you about being at market, but I’ll post them in your forum.


  2. jovial_cynic says:

    Do you know much about snap peas?  Can you look at this and tell me what you think is going on here:

    <a href=”
    http://www.newprotest.org/details.pl?1155“>peas and stuff</a>

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