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Thursday, October 9, 2014

Signs, Signs & A Good Fence @ Homestead Creamery

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I first saw this cute sign over on Lisa's Blog a couple of weeks ago. I had forgotten all about it till we pulled up and parked right in front of it! I didn't see any young farmers trying to cross though.

Then we went in here. Don't let this view fool you. It was packed! I was just lucky there was an open parking space right in front where I could quickly snap a picture! There's all sorts of Heavenly delights inside, like locally made candies, meats, cheeses and a machine that lets you make your own fresh peanut butter! There's also a little restaurant that serves some great looking sandwiches! Read more about Homestead Creamery HERE
Linking with Signs, Signs and Good Fences :)

I hope to see you back tomorrow for Willy-Nilly Friday 5! Post 5 randoms, come back and link up!!

38 comments:

  1. My comments keep disappearing... third try's a charm, right?

    The young farmer crossing sign is too cute! The market also looks very welcoming.

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  2. Looks like you hit the jackpot with your uncluttered photo of the front of the market entrance!

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  3. It is a cute sign! I would expect the Creamery to have homemade ice cream too? Sounds like a wonderful market! Enjoy your day!

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  4. I agree it's a cute sign. I would love to make my own peanut butter!

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  5. What a cute sigh! The market looks like a place is enjoy poking around in!

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  6. The first one is neat. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  7. i love that Farm Market building ...such great character!! ( :

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  8. Well it makes a change from "Beware Old folks crossing".

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  9. what a cute, cute place! and i like the sign, too. thanks, tanya!

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  10. that sign is just to cute.. and i would love to visit this creamery. you had me at home made peanut butter...

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  11. That little store looks like somewhere I'd like to pull in and visit.

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  12. What an interesting place to visit. Homemade peanut butter, well, I never!! Although I have made my own... once, just to see if I could... in a blender.

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  13. What a cute sign. I need to find one for our nephew for their place. The store looks interesting! Your blog makes me want to visit your area. I guess that's the point, right. lol

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  14. Looks like it was a fun day Tanya and by the sounds of your last post lots of yummy things to chomp.. a most important feature as far as I'm concerned :)

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  15. How fun to see a sign like that - I would have taken a photo as well!

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  16. Lucky you! I love places like that. Love that first pic!!

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  17. Wow, wish I could go! And I love the cute sign with the freshly mown green field. Dumb spell checker, it wants me to type moan.

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  18. Love the signs and that store is one that I'd be stopping in to see, too! I hope to get back tomorrow with my randoms.

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  19. That is a cute sign by the fence. To bad there weren't any "young farmers" out and about. - Oh that place sounds like a good one.

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  20. I assume the sign is a little satirical or maybe not

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  21. Great colors in both the field and their sign!

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  22. I just adore "small" county stores like this!! Beautiful colors, funny sign!!

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  23. That's a great sign! Nice market, too.

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  24. That sign is just too cute! I wish I could visit the market.

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  25. Cute 'young farmers' sign, and I would most definitely enjoy looking around in the farm market. :)

    Thanks for stopping by to comment on my fences.

    Lindy

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  26. I just adore that sign! I haven't seen anything like it before either! The little market looks very inviting I can see why it would be popular!

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  27. Oh, sweet sign, isn't it♡♡♡ Yes, the lovely and tidy looking market is really inviting. You know what, I love peanut butter p:)

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  28. love your fence image and the sign.

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  29. One of our favorite places! Thanks for the shout out!

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