Colorful bounty at Davis Farmers Market
With friends visiting, my focus has been away from our garden. We spent four days in California’s Eastern Sierra (post coming up) and have been doing things around town that we aren’t doing as much as we should. This includes going to the Davis Farmers Market, rated the #9 farmers market in the country by USA Today.
Held every Wednesday afternoon and Saturday morning, it’s a great opportunity to buy fresh fruits, vegetables and other products, including baked goods, cheeses, jams, juices, oils, etc. This time I took my camera along to capture the colorful cornucopia.
The photos below aren’t in any particular order, but they are bursting with colors and textures. It was a vivid reminder of how lucky we are to have such an incredible array of produce to select from.
Clearly not a factory farm!
And a few plants especially for the Fourth of July:
Happy Independence Day to everybody in the U.S.!