Monday, October 5, 2009

BILL'S FARM MARKET

The harvest is abundant. There are more types of squash than I knew existed. I hope Fall is as beautiful wherever you may be as it is here. We restrict ourselves to no more than three or four visits a week. We have such self-discipline.

31 comments:

  1. Wow!! That is amazing. Squashilicious!! It is beautiful here, too. We had some rain the other day but it is sunny and high 60s to low 70s--just perfect for me. MB

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  2. That looks like my kind of place. Very nice picture B.

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  3. Three or four visits? That's a lot! I adore fall, and everything that goes with it. I'd sure like to walk through your photo.

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  4. Impressive stash of squash, for quantity and variety...

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  5. That looks like a real photo opportunity. Visiting four times a week should be enough!

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  6. Oh what a good harvest. This picture is perfect to frame in the dining room. It shows plentiful harvest and abundance. Very good fengshui!

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  7. wonderful shot, i love squash casserole.

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  8. Wow. I never realized there were sooo many varieties of squash! Most of us here don't even make any distinction — we only have one word for it!

    The view is gorgeous!

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  9. Ah, exercising restraint in the month of October, are we? Fall has been spectacular here. Then again, it usually is. This is my time of year.

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  10. Self-discipline is an important thing to cultivate ... right along with fruits and vegetables. Don't get squashed while shopping -:)

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  11. Such wonderful abundance! Oh, how I LOVE this time of year!

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  12. Amazing, I am never seen before so many different kind of squash!!!thanks :)

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  13. I admire you discilpline. I'd probably be there every day!

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  14. Oh wow - what a wonderful array of vegies. I can't believe those yellow ones are only 2 for $1.50! It's a great photo - love the colour.

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  15. I can understand visiting even daily when there's fresh produce to be had ..

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  16. That's quite a collection! Every time we go to the store this time of year, my youngest daughter has to buy a tiny pumpkin. I don't know why she has always been crazy about those!

    So you and your wife ski? Where do you go? I think I remember you mentioning needing a new knee. I would assume this causes some problems with trying to ski. My dad has been needing a knee replacement for quite awhile. It has kept him from doing a few hikes around here when he last visited. :(

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  17. Oh wow, I would love to see a scene like that one over here! Thanks for showing it, it's a gorgeous photo. Try to get down to 2-3 times a week, that *will* be discipline! ;-)

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  18. Good grief...I've never seen so many squash!

    What doth one do with them?

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  19. Okay. Now you have to share your squash recipes.

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  20. Oh, man, we need to find out such markets over here!
    Thanks for sharing!
    God bless you!
    Cezar

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  21. impressionnant !

    http://unephotounsouvenir.blogspot.com/

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  22. Look at all that squash! I would be there every day.

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  23. Heh. Funny. It's nice they color-coordinated them for your camera.

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  24. WOW! Look at that!!!! (And all that sunshine--I guess they are predicting rain for the next week! Bummer!)

    B, I'm tied up for sure Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning with the workshops offered.

    That leaves Tuesday night, assuming I get there OK, and Wednesday and Thursday until 8.

    You know my name--and where I'm staying.

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  25. I'm sure I've never seen so many in my life! They make a beautiful photo!

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