I dressed in warmer than usual clothing, put Olivia and Oliver on leads and off we went!
I planned on a semi-abbreviated walk because we wanted to be at the Columbus Farmer's Market and I thought we would be riding our bicycles when we returned.
We arrived at the farmer's market early enough to find everything we had in mind. (but we left part of our minds someplace else) In other words, we forgot a few things.
We were welcomed at the Farmer's Market by a group of Bluegrass musicians. What sweet music they provided for the shoppers.
The fruits and veggies were out of this world. Being on a plant based eating program, we found so many varieties of fruit and vegetables. They insured that we will not be bored this week as we eat. Any one for fried green tomatoes? Yum.
Oops! No photo of ears of corn for a delish salad I found the recipe on the Internet, of course!
The first time we shopped at this farmer's market, we discovered a booth that has out of this world gluten, dairy free pastries! Last week, they were on vacation (rats), but this week we bought pizza crust and our usual bread.
We made a pizza when we got home, but did not care for the pizza crust. Sorry guys. But their bread is to die for. The owner is a baker that must eat gluten free.
She has developed the most outrageously wonderful breads. We purchased their gluten / dairy free pizza crust and their Harvestee Bread. Oh my....how wonderful. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org
They are considering opening a storefront and I wish them the best of luck, but not enough luck that they become overwhelmed! If we were planning to stay in Indiana, we would be regular customers.
There was one other vendor that sells neither fruit nor vegetables. She sells jewelry. Two weeks ago, John purchased a necklace, bracelet and earrings set for me. Today, we returned to her booth to find another pair of earrings.
These vendors and Farmer's Markets are by no means like those that are found in the P.N.W, California, etc., but they are good for the area we are in.
We do have a Praise the Lord for the Amanda Report. Her MRI and tests on her spinal fluid ALL came out clear! No signs of cancer! Way to go Amanda! Way to go God!
We have been here at Brown County State Park since July 3rd! It has been hard to consider ourselves as full-timers since we are only thirty miles from our former sticks and bricks home and John commutes for physical therapy twice each week.
Tomorrow is preparing for our first moving day! We head north to Greenwood, IN and Camping World for an oil change and an overnight stay.
From there we head north on U.S. 31 to Allegan, Michigan and the Michigan Fiber Festival ...................... and blueberries!~
Anyone on board?????
God Bless! and Hugs....