My friend, Jackie, and I went to the Jericho Farmers’ Market last Thursday and we both walked away with some wonderful goodies. Freshly roasted coffee, locally grown vegetables from several different growers, soft tacos, cookies, soaps, gorgeous yarn, Samosaman, freshly baked bread & scones, Curleez aka quite possibly the most delicious thing I’ve tasted lately, live music & different events weekly…what more could you want in a Farmers’ Market? If you are anywhere in the area you should check it out. It’s on Rte. 15 in Mills River Park from 3-6:30pm. You can take a nice walk in the park while you’re at it! Hey, you can even bring your dog to the park–there are some designated trails.
Here are a few shots I took after a small rain shower passed. The first few are from my friends’ farm just up the road in Underhill. Her father’s farm was called Big Oak Farm…theirs is Little Oak. Pretty sweet, huh?
Beautiful organically grown flowers from Little Oak Farm.
I bought some broccoli. It was delicious.
This is a glimpse at what their farm looks like. It’s a beautiful location.
This gorgeous yarn at one of the farm stands looked so perfect next to these beets! If I had any idea what to do with yarn I would have bought a whole bunch!
Vermont made handbags in some beautiful colors. She also had brownies for sale. I think chocolate & handbags are a perfect combo!
It is highly likely that you’ll see some adorable kids when you go so bring the whole family.
Check out the Jericho Farmers’ Market on Thursday afternoons. Rain or Shine it’s a good time! Find a local Vermont Farmers’ Market here or check out vermontgrowersguide.com to find a grower near you.