Scott had a couple days off from his “real job” and was able to catch up on some things in the garden. He was able to make peace with the mother killdeer who had made a nest in our spinach patch 🙂
We should have a little bit of lettuce mix, spinach and beet greens from our garden at the market on Wednesday! Things are coming along and we look forward to having more tasty, fresh produce each week!
I want to thank my father-in-law for working on getting our farm stand built so we can start offering our produce and bread on route 177!
We anticipate having it up and running in 2 weeks time. We’ll keep you posted!
As you can see, he had some help from Albin and Nanna 🙂
This is what I had to write on all my bread signs at the first Watertown Farm and Craft Market yesterday!
Thank you to all our North Country folk for coming out and supporting local entrepenuaers at the market! God gave us beautiful weather and there was a great crowd. We didn’t know what to expect (we had never even attended the market, let alone vended there!) I was pleasantly surprised by how fast my bread was snatched up (we were sold out by 11am).
A big thank you to our customers for trying our bread and rhubarb and to the folks that didn’t have the opportunity to buy our bread – I vow to make much more for next week!
We are excited for the rest of the season and hope to see you next Wednesday!
Today, it happened! Scott had the day off (from his day-job) AND it was nice weather!
Our first farmers’ market is 6 days away and we are busy trying to have signs ready and praying our produce will recover from the cold enough for us to have more than just bread and rhubarb to sale! No matter how full our vendor booth will be, we are excited to meet folks and get the experience of participating in the Watertown Farm and Craft Market.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, May 25th from 6:30 to 3:00 on Washington Street. We should be located out front of City Hall.