Today is just a super day-clear, breezy, and in the 60's. A nice change from our 80+ degrees in recent days.
I'm looking forward to Thunder Over Louisville even though it is horrible for the environment! I figure they are going to have the air show and fireworks anyways so I may as well go enjoy them. I confess to having a love of fast jets and fireworks.
But the day started as most of our Saturdays do, with the market and breakfast. This is the new soap vender who sells very nice goat's milk soap. I tried some samples and will definitely be buying some. Even though I am a soap maker, I love other's soap!
One thing I found incongruous was that the drinking glasses had been changed to mason jars. Not exactly what I would have gone with considering the up-scaled menu(in price and offerings). Seemed a bit odd to me. No web site yet, and I couldn't get a good snapshot of the menu because of window glare.
This pic is for Richey to see that I DO use my fabulous recycled billboard bag for market day! I love it and get lots of comments.
Here is the haul for today. Radishes, which you know I love, another basil plant, a Cherokee Purple tomato plant and a new heirloom variety to me- Mortgage Lifter (a pink tomato), some flat leaf parsley, eggs, and pork chops (dinner tomorrow!) Oh, and some Cumin seed Gouda from Anne. She was out last week by the time I got there.