Wednesday, July 27, 2011

the new kiln

We have been having so much fun with our new kiln.  Very big.  So far, it has been filled with coaster sets, dishes and plates.  But Ron has some innovative new projects in mind....can't wait
this is it!
coaster sets, dishes and a plate

plate being slumped

these pictures are not very good - if you click on them, things get a bit clearer!

More Vendors

Love Teresa's soaps - and lotions, and soap bags, etc....  her husband's carvings are wonderful, too

Pinewood Cottage's birdhouses are so whimsical and unique.  Joan and Wally say this may be their last season at the market - hope not!

Friday, July 15, 2011

100 Mile House Farmer's Market

The 100 Mile House farmer's market is located on Highway 97, in the center of town.  This is where we can be found every Friday.

We finally have our banner

Our neighbour, Jan, is known as the Rag Lady.  She knits everything from dish soap dresses to tote bags, which the teenagers (boys and girls) love
Ed is our neighbour on the other side.  He sells eggs, plants and popcorn.

Love the hemp jewellery - very unique, original designs

Mina is a true artist and her amazing jewellery creations reflect that

Jeri-Lynne's bakery is a popular spot - her date loaves are my favourite

Willie is an artist who uses glass as her canvas - we have done many trades with her

We buy all our plants and fresh vegetables at the market.
Ceeds is a co-op and sells plants and organic vegetables as well as fair-trade coffee.  We always check out what they have first thing.

Stephanie and Siegfried manage the market.  Our garden is full of their flower and vegetable plants

and perennials and annuals from Linda

There are many other vendors who make the market a fun place to be every Friday.  I will be taking more pictures soon!