Just because a tad bit of moisture is passing thru town does not mean that we have to curl up our toes and hibernate! There is still so much going on- things to do, places to go, friends to visit- just rustle around in the closet for those waterproof shoes and hooded raincoat and you’re good to go!
While you’re bustling around town be sure to stop at the Hoquiam Farmers Market for an infusion of homemade good food and heartfelt hospitality! We have more homegrown apples coming in this week, and boxes of huge yummy pears are waiting for you. Pat & Ruth are still harvesting green beans, and our tables are still laden with all sorts of local produce.
Oh, and don’t forget the honey! We have an abundant supply of many varieties; wildflower, fireweed, blackberry, snowberry- in any size you want. The bees have been in a frenzy all summer long, storing up the precious microscopic bits of pollen and nectar. Their hives are carefully brought into areas where they can feed on the sweetest food, and they work from sun-up to sun-down. Queen Bee stays home, of course. Well, I guess somebody has to be in charge of all that activity!