June 22, 2015, Inspire by the Rain

Iris, bluebonnets, primroses 2012

“The rain in Spain stays mainly in the plain.”

And the rain in Mason falls mainly all over the place.

Two inches fell in one fell swoop.

And all is green.

And good.

And freshly grown.

Speaking of freshly grown…

If you like freshly grown vegetables…

And other locally raised food, such as eggs and beef…

A Farmer’s Market is in the works.

Find it on Facebook.

“Mason County Farmer’s Market.”

Come one, come all.

Growers, consumers, connoisseurs.

The idea took root last Friday.

And now it’s sending out new shoots and ready to burst forth.

Imagine a festive Farmer’s Market on Saturday morning.

It brightens one’s day.

And provides quality food for one’s larder.

Locals and tourists alike can partake.

And enjoy.

Right on the square.

Variety is the spice of life.

So, too, for a Farmer’s Market.

Produce, meat, poultry, eggs.

Organic whenever possible.

Even better.


Raw milk.

Cream and butter.

Maybe artisan cheeses.

Homemade breads and pastries.

Fresh-cut flowers from one’s garden.

Handmade soap.

Homemade pickles and chow-chow.

Lots of possibilities.

Maybe homemade ice cream.

Buy it by the cone or the scoop.

Fresh fish could be brought in on ice.

If we want it, we can do it.

Locally made dried sausage and jerky.

Handmade tortillas.

Homemade granola.

Jars of jam.

Where there’s a will, there’s a way.

And it’s just the beginning

That’s Mason.


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