Market Report October 28th
We mark the end of another market season. This was a very successful season for the vendor and the customer. Even though the growing season was a slow start for some and a little dry for others, there was an abundance of produce to sell and purchase.
The Toledo Farmers' Market is very fortunate to have a fantastic bunch of followers. The community supports our little market making it a very successful market. A big thank-you goes out to the dedicated growers and bakers that make this possible. A bigger thank-you goes out to the community that supports us. Each year we see new faces that join our market family, some return and some do not. I hope that those new faces decide to join us for another year. Thank you, everyone that made the market possible. Thank-you, to all that read my rambling every week. This vendor is ready for hibernation.
Ever wonder what kind of gardener your favorite vendor is?
Gardeners are people who try to keep plants alive in and around their homes. They're divided into the following categories based on their level of expertise.
Novice gardener is someone who hasn't gardened long enough to kill one hundred plants. Experienced gardener is someone who's gardened long enough to kill one thousand plants. Expert gardener is someone who's qualified to tell others how to kill ten thousand plants.
Have a good winter hibernation. See you in the spring.