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Greetings from Vancouver! What a beautiful city – so urban in the central core (really feels dense and international) and then quite rural just a few minutes away, due to forward-thinking land preserves. We picked strawberries in an area that reminds me of central Pennsylvania (where I grew up). Plus you have that winning combination [...]
Saturday’s shopping – Farmer’s Market and Trader Joe’s (yes, I know, bananas are not in season) The amazing backpack that holds it all… …while I’m riding my trusty bike.
It’s hard for me to believe I blogged only twice in May. One might have thought I would have had extra time to blog during my trip out East. Well, somehow I felt just as busy while not working as I do during regular daily life. And now I’ve started my professional training program at [...]
To contrast the Chinatown excursion (see the Chinatown Cheap entry), I took a trip on the day before Easter to the Ferry Plaza Farmer’s Market, one of the most renowned markets in the country. For about twice as much money as in Chinatown ($18 vs. $9), I purchased much less food, but each item was [...]
Today I enjoyed a most delightful and refreshingly warm afternoon excursion. I ran through the city, my playground of choice, to the Farmer’s Market. There I supplemented the great veggies I get from Farm Fresh to You with some chinese broccoli, mini zucchinis and yellow squashes, raspberries, yellow carrots, and something new to me – [...]