On Saturday morning my sister and I headed off to the Farmers' Market.
Even though it has a holiday weekend, it was bustling.
We stopped to listen to this group - good music!
By the end of May, there's a wide variety of produce available.
Signs of spring - snap peas and strawberries.
This stand offers all kinds of mixed greens.
Yep, it is finally warm enough to plant tomatoes.
Amazing to have raspberries and blackberries already.
I was in search of a couple of bouquets.
It was hard to chose.
Cold pressed juices are The New Thing at the market.
They are expensive from $7.50 to $9.25 a bottle.
Most of the shoppers were oblivious, by I noticed that there was a very large flock of Cedar Waxwings in the trees at the market!
My sister bought a tomato plant, 2 pepper plants, red potatoes, 2 pints of strawberries and green onions.
I found two lovely bouquets for Memorial weekend.
Later in the afternoon, my sister, mother, aunt and I headed off with these flowers and lots more to visit three local cemeteries. We visited memorials for two sets of my great-grandparents, both sets of my grandparents, and a couple of my uncles. After all that is what this holiday is all about.