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Dayton Farmers Market & Cheese

DSC_0080 And there was a lot of cheesiness. nike chaussures ugg pas cher femme iphone 8 plus case microfiber A lot. asics en ligne ugg outlet france After spending Wednesday seated on comfy red recliners by a fireplace in the clean winter light through a large picture window facing snowy hillsides and blue mountains, we were charged for adventure. asics pas cher doudoune moncler Thursday morning, we packed our bags and piled into the car for the Dayton Farmers Market cracking “punny” jokes with manic energy. nike air max 1 moncler paris metal iphone 6 case DSC_0056

The Dayton Farmers Market is one of those best-loved traditions of visiting the Shenandoah Valley. timberland pas cher iphone 8 light up phone case While seeing the buggies and people in plain clothes is comforting and quaint, aisles of traditional Mennonite/Amish foods, quilts, and goods tops my list of favorite things.

DSC_0054 Aunty Katydid, Linda, Tom, and I wandered about in a state of perpetual happiness. soldes puma chaussure iphone 8 tardis case As you look at these photos, you can certainly appreciate our joy. chaussures puma 2018 pas cher iphone 8 case black marble DSC_0051 Oh my, shelf after shelf of darling bagged dried beans, grains, pastas, and goodies! DSC_0053 Sakes, the Amish roll butter!!! DSC_0064 DSC_0063 The pottery handmade by local artists… moncler 2018 iphone 8 plus folder case heaven. DSC_0066 Hand-blown glass reminded me of The Glass Museum in Tacoma, Washington. slim phone case iphone 6 plus DSC_0068 And Linda in one of the shops looking precious…

  • Aunty Katydid - I’m still totally loving the yarn we chose at the Mennonite yarn shop. It’s purple and all mine since Linda gave purple to me! (Didn’t you Linda!) And for the record, I do NOT think this hat makes me look like Tweedle Dum. Maybe Tweedle Dee, but not Tweedle Dum.ReplyCancel

  • Marlene - Hi there,
    I wonder if God made these places to show us the reality of life?Makes one want to be and do things different to make a difference…….Love alwaysReplyCancel

  • Dianne - I LOVE the Shenandoah Valley! I’d love to go back one of these days…ReplyCancel

  • Tia Julie - Beautiful places and pictures. I love the hand blown glass ball. 🙂
    Thank you for sharing your trip with us.ReplyCancel

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  • Kathy - Hi! I saw a comment you left on my friend Amy’s blog, so I was curious and followed the link to your blog. What a surprise to find that you just visited my neck of the woods! I frequent the Dayton farmers market since it’s closeby, and I have family who work in Bridgewater. It’s neat to see your pictures of this area. I especially like the one of the sun coming up (or was it setting?) over the farm and buggy….beautiful!! Sounds like you had a good visit to VA. Looking forward to checking in on your blog now and then!ReplyCancel

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