Where are we today ?Now its Thursday and still some amazing weather here, up to the mid 80's and, mostly sunny. Just a few rain sprinkles around noon but no big deal. I ran a few errands early, visit daughter number 2 and dropped off our 13 lb watermelon we won at the re-union last Sunday( she does day care so the kids will love it) and then Suzie off to visit her mom at 9:30 for a couple hours. I always have few things to do around here while she is gone, no problem.
She back here to grab a bite for lunch then headed into the St. Jacobs Market. Another market we love. Thursday market is not quite as busy as the Saturday one. Love less crowds. So if it works we will go. Plus she had a chiropractor appointment not far away for 2:45, perfect timing.
The new market building is up and running, with most of the vendors in place after the major fire whiped out the other building almost 2 years ago. The new one is bigger and better, wider isles and even an elevator. We only had about and hour but made good use of our time there.
|the new building looks impressive|
|not a lot of crowds but still very busy|
|decent prices too|
|everything they have is wonderful|
Now outside to check out some more vendors, picked up 3 lbs of very nice fresh asparagus for $5.00 and 2 large heads of red leaf lettuce for $3.00, Some good deals to be had if you look.
And we found our Pepperette guy at his new location, so stocked up a bit, gonna a share with some friends that love his Extra hot pepperettes. (I guess like peppereoni for our American friends, only these are soo good, very hit and tasty)
Ran outta time, gotta go to Suzie's doc. Got that done and picked up ourselves a new Tv for our coach. The old CRT tv 16 years old is on it last legs. More about that in another posting.
Back home in time for our own "Happy Hour", store the food and fire up our Weber Q 100.
|so nice here today again|
|sure did the trick today|
That was our fun day hope yours was a good one too.
Thanks again for stopping on by.
Check out the interactive map below to see where we have been this Spring and Summer.