Cold Spring Leads to Extraordinary Efforts to Save Crops
Farmers Market’s Set New Mark
Labor Day weekend was a sunny, nearly cloudless, slice of perfection!
A picture-perfect morning turned quite breezy, and then gusty most quickly!
The Dog Days of Summer have settled in. Oddly enough, Bethany’s first settlers came here to escape the Dog Days!
What a spectacular day at the Market – a day made in heaven weather- wise, and that was reflected by shoppers, vendors, and our usual curmudgeons who are now smiling.
SOMEONE WAS SMILING ON OUR MARKET TODAY – THE THUNDER DID NOT ROLL IN UNTIL WE ROLLED OUT – JUST BARELY!
Our vendors reported another day of great crowds, and many sold out of produce. Cantaloupes were gone by 9:30, and flowers are flying fast this year for sure!
We said an official good bye to Parson’s blueberries this week, but they have Honey Crisp apples coming in – one treat after another!
Another amazing day at the Market. Hot as heck again, yes, but the only thing wilting is our brains.
How Hot! was it?! According to PNC Bank it was 99 degrees – I would have guessed 110 degrees!