Sunday, October 31, 2010

Cherry Street Market

The Cherry Street Market in Kalkaska, Michigan was so much fun.  There was a large outside area full of all of the farm raised goods like apples, pumpkins and veggies galore.  Inside the teeny little building you could get fresh meats, fresh breads, homemade brownies, cookies, local jams and jellies and out behind the little building were vendors selling garden stuff, golf balls and hanging vases.

There were at least half a dozen types of apples being sold.  There were also dozens of homemade apple pies at the market.  Oh goodness you could smell the deliciousness!

Happy Holiday Harvest!  Happy Halloween!!  Happy Great Pumpkin!!

A tree full of hanging vases.  I really liked these, but I have absolutely no use for one, so I didn't buy one.  En masse like this they were so interesting, I do have to agree with that. 

I know I had this as the photo of the day awhile back, but it was so funny I had to include it again.  The fresh market, farm raised, locally grown market couldn't sell ordinary golf balls - oh no!  They had to have hydroponic, fresh picked golf balls.  haha!

Love the shadow!

These were some of the biggest sweet potatoes I had ever seen.  


Hope you had a very Happy Halloween!


Unknown Mami said...

The golf ball picture is hilarious.

Keetha Denise Broyles said...

I LOVE seeing all the color of the fruits and veggies piled up in an open market.


Lisa said...

I loved the hanging vases. I have something similar that holds bamboo shoots and hangs from my kitchen curtain rod. Great for rooting houseplants, too!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Looks like fun. Just look at all those apples and pumpkins. What a fun place to visit. The pictures as always are awesome.