Home again, home again, jiggity jig.
(Sorry, couldn’t help myself. I’ve been reading too many nursery rhymes.)
Paralyzed with fear there would be no farmer’s market wherever we moved, I’m telling you, small towns refuse to let you down!
We didn’t have much luck in Virginia. And, then we did.
We hadn’t been to the Five Points Community Farmer’s Market in Norfolk for a full year. Realizing that not every town has a huge farmer’s market like the one I grew up with in south Georgia, I decided to revisit it with a fresh attitude and stop being prejudiced against small, overpriced markets that are doing the best they can. After venting in the organic food post about what Norfolk didn’t have, I decided to write about what they do have.
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