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Saturday, August 31, 2013

September Theme Day - PINK!

(click on photo to enlarge) Downtown Roanoke

Walked around downtown a bit on Saturday after the Bacon Festival. Ended up getting some locally grown honey from the market and some fresh baguettes from On The Rise. I've shown you their window display before right HERE

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26 comments:

  1. honey and baguettes - just add a bit of bacon and you're set! ;)

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  2. Bacon Festival? I'm going to petition Salem to inaugurate a Bacon Festival. Honey and baguettes sound yummy too.

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  3. Excellent choice for this theme day. Have a good week!

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  4. What a nice way to spend a day. :))

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  5. I'll be walking that market next month. Can't wait! Oh, and a hot dog at the Roanoke Wiener Stand too.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  6. Bacon festival, sounds nice!
    Is the board pink or is it the color of the pink flowers reflected on to the board?

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    1. the flowers in the hanging baskets are pink!

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  7. nice snap...
    the cool shade is transcending the coolness...

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  8. We had BLTs for lunch a day late as we had to go somewhere yesterday, bacon is some good eats!
    I had to really look for some pink this morning but found a poke plant that had various pinks.

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  9. I like the view-- very pretty! My hubby would have loved a bacon festival!

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  10. I'm missing the nice thick streaky bacon from England, suddenly! Love the faint blush of a pink:)

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  11. Unsmoked rindless back for me please - love bacon

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  12. Sounds like a fun day at the Farmers Market. enjoy your day. MB

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  13. Good result for your theme day post!

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  14. Baguettes and honey, delicious! Nice shot.

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  15. Oooh, a bacon festival! Sounds yummier than our annual Irrigation Festival (celebration of bringing irrigation water canals to our valley). But we also have a Lavender Festival and that's nice - including food cooked with lavender. Local honey and baguettes are good any time!

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  16. Very nice. It was actually the pink building in the far background which caught my eye.

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  17. What a pretty picture!!!

    Thanks for your nice comment on my post :)

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  18. Honey & baguettes, yum..now all you need is a cafe au lait and you're set Tanya :)

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  19. Beautiful tree with its pink blooms! The historic sign is great, reminding me also of all the joys of Virginia! :-) We have Framer's Markets here too though, thank goodness. That's one thing I didn't understand when we lived in Texas...the lack of them. People seem to have given up on veggie gardens and selling at road-side stands or having Farmer's Markets. Everywhere were fields of cows, or wheat. Even the cotton that used to be common there was nowhere to be seen. I missed it all so much!

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  20. Beautiful tree with its pink blooms! The historic sign is great, reminding me also of all the joys of Virginia! :-) We have Framer's Markets here too though, thank goodness. That's one thing I didn't understand when we lived in Texas...the lack of them. People seem to have given up on veggie gardens and selling at road-side stands or having Farmer's Markets. Everywhere were fields of cows, or wheat. Even the cotton that used to be common there was nowhere to be seen. I missed it all so much!

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  21. So beautiful tree with pink flowers. I love it:-)

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