Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Lexington Farmer's Market

I am a sucker for farmer's market. Madison (in Wisconsin, that is) has the best farmer's market I have ever been to. However, when I went to the  farmer's market in downtown Lexington last Saturday...I think it made me like Kentucky a little more. Although no squeeky cheese curds or spicy cheese bread (all you Wisconsin peeps, you know what I am talking about :) ), I was pleased to find my favorite produces. 

The old Lexington Courthouse, which is now Lexington Historical Museum.

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Did I mention those huge and juicy watermelons?

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Corn? Checked. Juicy tomato? Checked. Lettuce? Beans? Checked and checked.

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As you might notice already, I was too excited at the farmer's market that I did not bother changing the camera settings.

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Please excuse the construction.
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 The streets of downtown Lexington

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I probably will not find these produces in Wisconsin at this time of the year, hence why my garden got a head start this year. Oh and yes, more updates on my balcony garden coming up later this week.

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