Walla-walla sweet onions were 75-cents each. We bought just one, and will add it to one dish or another in which the onion doesn't get lost. Maybe microwaved with a pat of butter on top?
Tomatoes seem early, and are still $3.00 a lb. I'm holding out for better prices, but I'm sure these are still better than grocery store 'maters.
Hey buddy! Comb your hair, and put some pants on! Jeez!
These lillies at the North end of the market were gorgeous, along side all of the other flowers being sold there. The lady in charge yelled to me that I'd have to pay for the privilege of taking the photo. It's not the first time I've heard that at the market, and I'm never sure if the vendors are joking or serious. If they want me to come back and buy their goods (which I do, every week), they'd better be joking!
It seems a little early for peaches, but these look like the real thing (aka not hot house peaches)! We didn't pick any up this time, but we will, before summer's end.
I love looking at these yard ornnaments every week. Most of them are water sprinklers, and I look forward to next year, when we turn our attention to landscaping, instead of construction. There's a little frog one there—see it?—that I have my name on.