It is very cold and rainy today. Winter has returned for a few days.
Steve spends the day monkeying around with the new pasteurizer. Tommy and Bobby are helping with the fine-tuning. I stay out of the way.
Steve sends Ginnie and me off to the Triad Farmer's Market in order to secure a stall for Goat Lady Diary. The season begins on Saturday, so getting a good spot is critical. We took a folding table, a stool, and some cheese and drove into
We pull up to the farmer's market. It is right off of Interstate 40, just west of
It is bitter cold. We drop off our stuff and talk to the others who are setting up. There is no one else around. Ginnie makes the executive decision to go get lunch. We drove over to the café at the far end of the marketplace. Nothing special. Burgers, fries, sandwiches, and so forth. I got fish and chips. The best part of the meal were the surprise hushpuppies.
After lunch, we packed it in and headed back to the farm. The rain continued to make driving precarious. I was happy to reach
The rest of the day was spent taking it easy. I fed the kids on the lamb-bar and called it a day.