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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Signs, Signs - Heritage Family Market & A Good Fence in Fincastle & A Give-A-Way!

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Heriatge Family Market . 36 Botetourt Road . Fincastle

This market is amazing and has only been open a little less than a year. They have a great deli and the sandwiches are so delish, so fresh! Much of the inventory is from Amish suppliers and also local goodies as well, like local farm fresh eggs!

The 2 owners came to Fincastle to start a Mennonite congregation and opened the market as a way to earn a living while building their ministry. I think they are already a huge success! Linking with Signs, Signs
You can read more about the market HERE

A Fincastle cow and fence to link with Good Fences

And now about that give-a-way! Here's what you will be winning:
A set of 4 hand made dish rags from the Heritage Family Market!

Here's whatcha do to enter:
I want to host a Give-A-Way on Friday for a Willy-Nilly Friday celebration! Post 5 randoms on your blog, link up, comment, follow, you're entered! Just let me know in your comment if you would like to be entered :) For more info on what Willy-Nilly Friday is, click the Willy-Nilly tab up top!


39 comments:

  1. Looks and sounds like a real neat place. I wish we had this kind of sandwich shop near us. Pretty dish rags, love the colors.

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  2. I love anything that comes out of an Amish kitchen-

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  3. Love small markets like this. The food is always good.

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  4. That is new since I was out that way. I used to visit the Mennonite bakery and cheese shops in Augusta, you will be happy if they open those in your area.

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  5. It is wonderful to see a local store doing well! The fresh deli and eggs sound great! I love the shot with the cow! Enjoy your day!

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  6. I always like a fence that has a cow behind it, this one is so cute... would like to visit the market

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  7. Can't beat fresh produce and sandwiches!

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  8. Nice fence! It actually looks like that gate is slightly open. Maybe it's chained also. Sweet market photo!

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  9. Hi Tanya! Love the fence and the cow! Wish I could try the sandwiches from the Market - they sound delicious. I sent you a Blog Hop invitation to the email on your profile, but it came back as undeliverable. Could you send your email to me at: foothillsgsm at yahoo dot com and I'll get that to you asap. :) Thanks! and have a great day!

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  10. Love the country scene and the sow seen thoguoh the fence

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  11. A Mennonite store just opened near here, Great! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  12. so glad the market is already doing well! the cow is so cute. and the dish rags are great! what a nice giveaway!

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  13. The Fincastle Market sounds wonderful! There were Mennonite goods available near Round Top TX when we lived there. Wonderful fresh things! These hand towels have to be woven, and are beautiful! I want to enter!!!! I'll be posting, as I said, tomorrow. Oh, and the photo of the fence and cow are great. Reminds me of rural Va and AL as well, both of which I do miss.

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  14. I love these kind of markets and wish we had one close by. The dishrags look great...what a nice giveaway!

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  15. If I hadn't just had my lunch this would make me hungry

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  16. Cute building, reading about the sandwiches made me hungry! It's nice to have a place to buy fresh groceries. Great fence picture!

    About your question, if pics from today's post is my house. Yes, it is. And thanks!

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  17. I think they have been pretty clever using the word "heritage". Sounds very appealing.

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  18. Wish I could go,maybe I will sometime. We have quite a few Mennonite stores around, most famously The Cheese Shop. I like them all because of course, I am a Mennonite!!

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  19. Sounds like my kind of place to visit. The cow is just adorable peeking through the gate!

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  20. I don't make it out to Fincastle much, so I'm not familiar with it. But it does seem a cute place!

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  21. I'd certainly go in. There's a large Mennonite population in the southwestern part of the province here.

    The cow seems curious!

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  22. The market sounds like a great place.
    Loved your fence shot with the cows and those beautiful trees at the top of the hill.
    Be seeing you for WNF5 too.

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  23. I love, love, love that fence picture!! Okay, I have to get my thinking cap on for Willy-Nilly Friday!

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  24. The cow is very cute. :) Beautiful place!

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  25. I think I would like this market! One of your readers is going to be very lucky to win those dishrags. They look really nice.

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  26. I am sure I would like this market...

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  27. The little cow made me laugh! Nice photo!

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  28. Charming shot of the cow peering through the gate.

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  29. If they opened a market like that in my town, I'd be there with bells on!!!! Love this. Mooo.
    I'm linking up tomorrow-it's so easy, even a cave man can do it!!
    XO

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  30. I would definitely enjoy the market! Looks like a friendly cow behind that gate. :)

    Thanks for stopping by to comment on my Good Fences.

    Happy weekend to you -

    Lindy

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  31. I like fences with cows (or horses) behind them, too. Great luck for you to have such a fine shop move in.
    ~

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  32. i enjoy a fresh, yummy sandwich as much as a steak dinner. love the cow and the dish rags!!!

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  33. Beautiful colors, I love these pictures of autumnal atmosphere !!

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  34. Oh, I'd like to try the sandwich in your country; seems great market♪。
    Cute and adorable cow behind the fence♡♡♡

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

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  35. My husband and I were visiting in Fincastle last week, and we went into this market... it's an amazing little place, with so many wonderful things... We stopped back by there on the way back to Florida and loaded up on things we liked. Wish we had one here.... Thanks for having this wonderful store.

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Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)