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San X Market with Doris

Even though Doris has a lady that helps in the kitchen, Doris loves the market and chooses to go herself. And I was lucky enough to be invited along. Doris was on a mission. She had to find just the right plates for her cookies.

While she was busy wheeling and dealing, I walked around looking at all the strange fruits and vegetables.

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This pic is for my sweetie: Missing you 🙂

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3 Comments

  1. From one Rhode Islander to another this looks like you are having tons of fun. Great pics and updates keep them coming!!!

  2. Those are definitely some strange looking veggies, and the chickens with the feet on them — looks like they’ve just been killed.
    Glad you’re feeling better.

  3. Hi Mary, yeah there were some strange looking veggies for sure. I do not remember the names now, and I did not write them down, but what i Do remember is that the spiney green ones were called the same as the non-prickly ones…I thought that most strange.