Long Sault Farmers Market Dry and Bustling on July 5th, 2013 by Reg Coffey


CFN – Good news, it wasn’t raining at the market on Friday, July 5th  and I got to use my camera without the threat of getting it soaked. We had a full complement of vendors including one community service tent, The Friends of the Long Sault Library.

Community Service 5July13

One of the highlights of the produce at this time of the year is bright ripe tomatoes from Ingleside Tomatoes. You can see quite a variety of colours here from deep red to pink to yellow and orange.

Tomatoes 5July13

The new vendor of the week is Hoople Creek Farm and I got the chance to interview Miriam who was manning (personning?) the booth.


The long term weather forecast has next Friday looking much the same as it was yesterday but with less humidity. Let’s hope that their predictions are accurate.

I hope to see you in Long Sault next week for a great Friday afternoon at the market. The coffee is always hot and fresh, the bakery products are delicious, the produce is fresh picked and local, the canned goods are made with loving care and the Thai spring rolls are hot and crispy.

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