Farmer’s Market

Homemade breads, pickles, cronuts; cucumbers, zucchini.

First, a correction to my last post. Our new homes are a 28 foot RV and a 14 ft. travel trailer. What’s a few square feet here and there, anyway?

Kreations by Katy, a member of Mrs. D’s Homestead

We’ve really been enjoying participating as vendors at the Saturday Market in Williams, AZ. Helen Gorney, of Open Studios set this up as a venue for local crafters, bakers, and gardeners to market some of their products. So far, we have enjoyed local apples, pears, tomatoes, zucchini, cucumbers and eggs, home canned jams, salsas and home-baked goodies, gorgeous hand crafts and local honey. Our last Saturday for the season is coming up on September 28th. Hopefully next year we’ll see lots more home grown produce.

Lotions, lip butters, soap cozies, rice bags

Mrs. D has picked up a number of new customers for her handmade all natural shea butter and coconut oil lotion bars and lip butters, as well as meeting with loyal repeat customers. Katy’s Kreations are attracting positive attention, with the Dammit Doll being particularly popular. (Hope to have some up on the Etsy store soon). Jacob’s Store is selling out of his handmade rustic crosses and his new beanbag ice therapy packs. He’s also doing a booming business with ice cold lemonade, made with lemons from grandpa’s backyard tree, and ice tea. Now to just get him to update his Etsy store.

Yak’s lemonade and ice tea venture



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