Today I continued to explore Port Townsend with my friend. We headed off down the bike trail past the big water toward the Farmer's Market and other places yet unexplored by me.
Along the way we stopped at a couple of new places my friend wanted to show me, one of which was an amazing antique/hardware/lighting store. If I were in the market for candle stick holders for an altar, that would be the place to part with $3500 for a pair. While they were tempting (ha) I decided they wouldn't fit in the Kraken. Saved by #VanLife! Needless to say, there was lots of eye candy there, some of it of the human persuasion even, but that's another story.
After a few side trips we ended up at our destination, the Farmer's Market. Today was apparently a special day for the market in that it had more food vendors than usual. Everyone and their brother, sister, or gender fluid or gender nonconforming sibling were there. It was packed.
|Farmer's Market Port Townsend Washington|
My inquisitiveness faded about halfway through the vendors. It was simply way too crowded. So we hopped over to see our Lady of the Land who had set up her herb booth there and was happily busy with a client. We paid our nodding respect and snuck through her booth and out the back where we made our escape.
We pedaled on down, and I do mean down, to the local Safeway, a wonderful grocery store with a wonderful deli and I had, for the second time, the most wonderful breakfast burrito I've ever had.
The day offered several different adventures and there are even more on the horizon. I may have found a place to set up Crystal Revelations and sell some glass art. It'll require a little more follow-up next week. This is Memorial Day weekend after all. More to follow...