We had Vine-Ripe Tomatoes, a few Bell and Jalapeno Peppers, pint baskets of Grape Tomatoes, Squash, Texas 1015 sweet onions, Green Onions, and Turnip Greens (which only two people bought). We did cook up a pot of the green for supper tonight. With bacon and onion, they're not too bad, but I'd pass them up, too. It's just not something that sounds yummy.
My tomatoes went extremely fast. I was the only farmer at market today who had tomatoes grown in Victoria County. One other guy had them, but he buys his produce down in the Rio Grande Valley and then brings it up to our market. People would much rather have something local.
We even set up Elizabeth's play pen. She was pretty good in there for quite awhile. Travis took her in the car mid-morning to run some errands and she fell asleep. So I moved her from the car to the play pen and she took a good litte nap right up until we sold out and it was time to go home.
Of course, this evening we were back at the garden doing a little picking and cleaning up. Travis and Elizabeth cleaned up all of the Zen Greens. It's a little warm for them, but we'll try to keep them going a little longer...the leaves they chopped off were riddled with worm holes. Little miss Princess got a ride in her chariot! Be careful, your driver turns into a bump on a log when the 10 o'clock news comes on! Just kidding, sweetie.