A big transition took place this past weekend in my home town in Maine. A relatively small local shift made a big statement and everyone is excited.
Our indoor winter farmers market
…..has relocated to its warm weather home at Waterfront Park on the Kennebec River.
While the early morning temperature was a bit brisk people seemed pleased to be outside as they gathered their vegetables, meats, eggs, cheese, honey and a wide assortment of locally grown or manufactured products. My tote was filled with fresh eggs, beets and salad greens and I’ll be ready for my next purchase of locally raised been and pork by months end.
All in all it was morning spent learning about local farmers (amazing what happens when you ask a simple question), making new acquaintances (who I’ll see most every Saturday) and supporting my local economy. Definitely, a beautiful experience.
Back home after the gym on Saturday morning I fried up two farm-fresh eggs popped some freshly baked English muffins into the toaster and was flipping through the new Veranda magazine when I came across this gorgeous image of a very fancy stove.
Guess who had a bout of appliance envy? Yep. That would be me. Though when push comes to shove (and the remodeling dust starts to fly) I’ll be investing in an AGA. More about that later. For now follow me into the rabbit hole of very colorful, very top-of-the-line La Cornue ranges.
To experience the entire rabbit hole click this link and see the entire gallery of images on either of our Facebook pages….our public page (click here) or our private page (The Enthusiasts…click here). Then decide which is your favorite color?
Here’s to a more beautiful world!
James Swan and Million Dollar Decorating