As you can see, others are rugged up as well. So many good things to see and buy. Very tempting to go crazy, but I remembered what I was there for...besides having fun of course!
I found what I was looking for; a small selection of fruit trees to be put in the new chicken/fruit tree run. I brought home a cherry (Stella - self fertile), quince (self-fertile), apricot (trevatt, also self-fertile) and a Granny Smith apple..which will act as a pollinator for our other apple varieties. The trees cost $15 each and are all bare rooted, so I have put them into my pile of horse manure to stop the roots from drying out until I get around to planting them.
Another thing I like to buy at the market is honey. I just couldn't go past this creamed one...
Now this is deliciousness on a spoon! I'm not expecting it to last all that long...
The girls also came home with some fun things..a whistle for each of them, one makes a train noise, the other is a traditional up and down type whistle, and the third one needs to be filled with water and makes a sound like a bird singing a warbling song. They also couldn't resist the bubble man. It only took me 10 years, but I finally relented and came home with the bubble wand and 'secret recipe'. They had a ball playing with it all afternoon!
Oh, and so did I. *blush*
This is one week of school holidays down, one more to go. I hope the next week is as enjoyable as the first!