We went to the Zionsville Farmer's Market this morning - it's held in their adorable downtown. It was the perfect morning to go with a crisp chill in the air but the warmth of the sun shining to give you that wonderful fall feeling.
There were lots of vegetables, fresh baked bread, pies etc., some fruit and honey, and a little meat & eggs. This market did not have very much organic produce but my feeling is that locally grown, fresh food is good no matter what. :) The prices varied but seemed pretty good overall.
I bought peppers (way cheaper than the store!), lettuce, spinach, bread, and we splurged on a couple sweet rolls for a breakfast treat. :) There are only a couple more weeks until this market is finished for the season - it is open Saturday mornings 7:30-10:30a.m.
It was quite different than the Creamery market - I can see going to both on a weekly basis. We were remembering this morning how great it was when we lived in Florida - they had a Green Market every Saturday in the spring & summer which was HUGE! We also went to an outdoor market (year round) for our produce quite a bit.
On an unrelated note, we met our boys one year ago today after having travelled for many, many hours. It was a great day and the start of one of the most beautiful chapters in all four of our lives. We are so blessed and thankful - we couldn't have asked for anything better! Later, I'll write more on the boys' blog to commemorate this special day and of course post pictures. :)