This post is about eating from someone else's garden - gardens plural that is. For many reasons, we don't yet have our own Washington garden, but it hasn't stopped us from finding great places to get wonderful produce. This past Saturday was a gorgeous, windy day here and we went out to enjoy it. We live in Gig Harbor, and this is our beautiful bridge view that we enjoy every time we come across the Tacoma Narrows. Under the best conditions we see Mt. Rainier as we head east, and the Olympics when we head back west. Pretty awesome!
Now on to the market! This one is in a neighborhood named Proctor, which is described on Wikipedia as an "urban village". It's quite charming.
This market, in our opinion, has the best selection of local farm offerings around. More food and less crafts, not that I have anything against crafts, but I want a farmers' market with foooooodddddddd!