We are welcomed by chatty greeters at the door ("welcome to the farm!")
Sometimes it is a little crowded with families near the entrance (we "moo" as we go by)
Easy to read signs lead the way (there's a very sweet sheep dog hiding under that ramp)
Sweet smells and beautiful things are everywhere (organic produce creates such vibrant colors)
We select the freshest produce (there's so much to choose from I have to restrict myself)
Imagine the things we can create (oats, barley and homemade granola)
Fully stocked shelves (I love fresh honey!)
There are often items I want to buy yet have no clue what to do with (homemade wool yarn, if only I could knit)
Friendly check out folks (Charlie the farmer, who is so fun to chat with whenever we come by)
Affordable neighborhood prices (you'd be shocked at how cheap eating local can be. Oh and see those green things on the left? Fresh homegrown figs set out to try, YUM!)
As we leave we are stared at in the parking lot by others (they were very chatty today as well "Baa, Baa, Baa, Baa")
We head home with or goodies in tow (windows down, country music on the radio and happy kids)
Now that is what I call a grocery shopping trip :) Please support your local farmer. Stop by and see what they have, you'll be pleasantly surprised at all the yummy good things that await you.
au revoir, adieu, ciao, till next time...