Rapid River, MI Farmers Market

Cajun French: le boulanger (lu boo-lon-jā) – baker

Michigan is amazingly very rural. Because of this there are great number of farmers, or people who live on lots of land and raise large gardens. The makes for great Farmers Markets and our last market to shop in Delta County was Rapid River Farmers Market. The market is on Wednesday afternoon in downtown Rapid River. For a small community, the market offered a good variety of items along with entertainment. Continue reading “Rapid River, MI Farmers Market”

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Gladstone MI Farmers Market

Cajun French: le poisson (lu poo-a-son) – fish

Fresh Whitefish from Lake Michigan

We were camped on the Eastern shore of Little Bay de Noc, way up at the North-Western end of Lake Michigan. Across the bay is the small town of Gladstone which hosts a farmers market on Mondays. The market has afternoon hours so we toured the town during the morning (that is another blog), enjoying the waterfront and lighthouse. We were told the market has a fisherman selling his fresh catch, always changing. Our radars were honed in on fresh fish. Continue reading “Gladstone MI Farmers Market”

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Farmers Market – Iron Mountain MI

Cajun French: le sirop (lu see-rō) – syrup

After enjoying breakfast at B’s Cafe, we headed over to the farmers market. This Saturday was sunny with cool weather; our first escape from southern heat and perfect shopping weather. The market is held in a parking lot downtown and is good size, offering a large variety of items. With basket in tow we began our shopping adventure. Continue reading “Farmers Market – Iron Mountain MI”

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