Although days are warm and sunny there is no doubt that Fall has arrived here in the PACIFIC NORTHWEST. Night temperatures dip down into the low 50″s and leaves are starting to turn. September and October are usually our best months (in my opinion anyway) and I always look forward to the end of summer. There is no questions at the farmers’ market about what time of year it is and I want to share with you a few pictures from last week. Labor Day weekend is always busy and I managed to get a few shots before the opening bell.
The HERMISTON MELONS I bought last Saturday were the best I have ever tasted!
The temperature will cool down in the next few weeks and it will be time to plant fall perennials.
FIGS are in season.
I thought these beans were beautiful but didn’t have time to get information about them.
Does anybody know what they are?
GERMAN BREADS from Fressen Bakery
Fresh Butter Clams…I’m thinking Bouillabaisse
ZUCCHINI in every shape and size.
Thanks for sharing this spin around the Beaverton Farmers’ Market with me. It’s always fun to see what’s new.
Today I will be making applesauce with the GRAVENSTEIN APPLES I bought last week.
The weather report predicts 90 degrees today.
Guess I better get busy.
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