Sunday, October 10, 2010

it's the little things - LOTS of little things...........

It was a beautiful day at the European Market in Chesterton Indiana
I got there early hoping to beat the unseasonable high of 80 degrees expected by noon
There were so many handmade delights
Darling felt pumpkins!
Bracelets and more Bracelets
Lots of furry friends were busy making new friends ;-)

But the longest lines and most attention was paid to fresh varieties of cheese, gourmet cupcakes and gooey delights.  It seemed like everyone took home french bread, croissants and cookies for later.
There were pumpkins, veggies, concord grapes, popcorn, lamps with carved shades,
peppers and flowers galore.
If you have a Farmer's Market near you 
make a visit before it's too late ;-)
I had so much fun, ran into people I knew and have to make one 
more return trip because I got home and realized I had forgotten to purchase the 
yummy Balsamic Creme that will be so wonderful on my fresh tomatoes and french bread.
Enjoy yourself and tell us all about it!!
This was such an inspiring day, I got lots of ideas for new items, took lots of photos and can't wait
to go back before they close on Halloween.
Happy October everyone 


  1. European Market sounds wonderful! Did they have special food from the different countries? That would be my place to go. Sometimes I really crave and miss the food from Europe, especialy Germany of course. Great photos, the last one really got me - I love bread and cheese.

  2. Lovely photos Linda. So happy to see you are back and so excited. Those photos are beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing.

    Hugs and blessing to you!

  3. Wonderful market photographs! Thanks for sharing. I have a Autumn blog hop going on. Do add your post to it. The link is on my side bar! Would love my blog hoppers to see your post.
    ((hugs)), Theresa

  4. Love that there were lots of fury friends there!

    So glad I found you through the miz kate dot com Artist blog hop!
    I am your newest blog follower. :)
    Looking forward to seeing your upcoming posts!

    I welcome you to check out my art blog, too!

    Mary C. Nasser