Saturday, June 1, 2013

Downtown Wanderings- 1st Farmers Market

This week has been busy! Rather than take a down day today, we decided to hop on the bus and head downtown for some wandering and to check out the farmers market.

We took over 40 photos. If you would like to see all of them, you can find them here. These are my favorites.

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Waiting for the bus

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Standing for the ride

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Feather found (and Mama in the reflection)

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The Farmers Market

We walked around the farmers market for an hour. I was so busy ogling all the goodies, I only took 2 photos. 

As we headed out of the farmers market, we met up with some friends and chatted for a bit. We missed the bus by minutes and the next one wasn't for an hour. 

To lunch then!

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Parkour tracueuse? 

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Waiting under some street art.

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What to order on our first trip to Daisy's Deli?

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Lemonade with organic strawberries? Check

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Almond butter and honey on gluten free bread with carrots and celery? Check

Um, I was so hungry that I devoured mine without even a thought of taking a photo. I got the coconut chicken salad. It was yummy. 

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Seriously, I might look more into Parkour. It's right up her alley. 

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Writing with a stick and some mud while waiting for the bus. 

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Emma took a bunch of fun pictures while waiting for the bus. They are here

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Back on the bus, headed home.

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And, home. 

I should only ever be allowed to go to the farmers market by bus and with no cash. There were so many things I wanted to buy, but didn't want to have to haul them home on the bus (though I would have LOVED to pick up some grass fed lamb if I thought it would have made the trip). 

Oh well. Even though we didn't buy anything at the farmers market, it was still a wonderful day out enjoying the beautiful weather. 

What did you do with your first Saturday in June?

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