This post will be the 200th post for me this year…Just 165 to go until December……and you know what that means?
Yes, Christmas will be finished and we will be just getting ready for our New Years parties!
Today, the Photo Challenge: FRESH comes to you from the Saturdays farmers market. There is nothing so gratifying as to meander through the stalls and see all the FRESH food all laid out.
Today is another FRESH for us in Ontario. We have just had a huge storm pass us. It is crossing Ontario and Quebec hopefully to relieve this heat that we have been experiencing (44 C with UV humidex). The plants need rain, not hose water and the grass just goes crackle, crackle as you walk. The lawns are huge and we are on well water so lawns are not really on the radar for watering every day.
We lost our power several times and a tree fell across the back yard. Nothing to what some areas are maybe going through so I am not complaining as I am sure someone had a tornado touchdown. The winds were extreme. I just stepped outside and the air has definitely cooled, and glorious rain!
Hopefully for me tomorrow will be another FRESH day, as I am fighting poison ivy on my right hand. I think now that we might have some along the garden at the forest edge and we definitely have some at the roadside, but there must be more under the fir trees which I am currently clearing out. Oh joy!!! It itches dreadfully.
Well that is all for my 200th blog. Nothing special, but it was fitting that it was a WordPress Challenge.
Thanks for visiting the 200th!
Reminds me, it was Friday – which is market day in my borough too – and I forgot about it – again.
Friday..that is different!
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Congratulations on 200 posts, Barbara. I enjoyed the trip to your market as I plan to enjoy tomorrow morning’s trip to ours.
Enjoy the weekend.
Thank you Janet…you too have a good weekend..
I would not have been able to pass up that bread without buying a half dozen loaves. There is nothing like fresh crusty bread!
I know what you mean…we had a place near us at the cottage and we pick up a crusty bread every week in our way up. Out came the tea, butter and jam after we opened the door! For years this was the routine. The bread was baked in stone ovens. Now the ovens have been replaced by electrics. Not the same.
I haven’t had breakfast yet and that description of crusty bread, tea, butter and jam sounds perfect!
It smelled even better outside! Enjoy your breakfast..
BEAUTIFUL FRESH FLOWERS! CONGRATULATIONS ON 200TH POST.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thank you so much…and for visiting.
Great ‘fresh’ interpretation… love it… 🙂
Congrats on your 200th post. Happy blogging.
Thank you Bams…you too …happy blogging.
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Congrats on your 200th but PLEASE don’t make me think of Christmas yet! Heck I’m only now getting used to enjoying summer!!!
We were just thinking today how fast July is moving. We seem to wait so long for it then bam its gone!
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Don’t they look good..I wish I could have brought some home with me!
Bread looks great. Markets where you are look so different to the ones where I am (I did a market shot as well, but not of fruits, veg, or bread!).
I was just in our market this morning and it didn’t look as good either. Thanks foe coming by..
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Thank you Naomi….
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