Greetings Earthlings! Today I have photos that are not gruesome or medically influenced. We went to the Issaquah farmer's market this morning. It was very pleasant. The flower sellers were out in force. They grow out in Carnation Valley, which is the area where we ride a lot.
This is our friend Naomi. She's married to a man who can cook. They've produced some of his sauces and are new selling them at markets. They're really good. Eventually they hope to get the product in to stores so they can generate volume sales.
French breakfast radishes. Very continental...
Purple carrots. I don't think these look all that appealing.
It's easy to forget that radishes come in colors other than red, since that's all we ever see in the grocery stores.
This is a 1957 Chevrolet two door post Bel Air. That color is Salmon. Jim used to have a 1955 Chevy that was Salmon and Charcoal. Do you know what he did? He had that car painted orange. Orange! High schoolers should not be allowed to own classic cars.
I swiped this off twitter. It was taken by a storm chaser in Kansas, it's a super cell. Pretty impressive. You can see more of his photography and storm chasing here.
That's it maties, that's all I have to report.