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September 12, 2008

The market get-together: Be there or be square

Cabbage.jpg

 

Pigtown asked me to remind everyone about the Under the Viaduct Baltimore Farmers Market get-together this Sunday. I don't know if a time has been set yet (she can post below), but she asked that I ask for suggestions of how to meet up.

The photo is kind of interesting and weird, isn't it? It's of some cabbage from Gardener's Gourmet at the market.

 

(Algerina Perna/Sun photographer)

Posted by Elizabeth Large at 7:59 PM | | Comments (6)
        

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EL -- I believe Pigtown is aiming for 8:00 a.m. on Sunday, or so she indicated on her Pigtown Pigout blog.

Love the photograph--great use of back-lighting.

I won't be able to make the meet-up, but hope someone who does go will post about it.

I just posted some details, so click the Pigtown link below and get the details.

Hope to see you all at the Market... you too, Elizabeth!

I won't be coming anyway, but you could at least post the details here, rather than making people go to another blog. It smells like a blatant attempt to drive traffic to your site.

Lissa... I don't really care about driving traffic to my site. It's irrelevant to me how many people read the site.

I asked people to click the link because there's a photo there that I am using to let people know how I will identify myself. Perhaps if you'd clicked the link, you would have realized that.

Sigh ... there are just one or two things I don't like about working every Sunday morning. Maybe the market will still be going strong when I retire!

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