The farmer's market usually meets twice a month
on one of the main streets in Lake Wales,
but this week it was combined with the Pioneer Day event.
Faye & Lynn set up their tables with a lovely selection
of locally-grown goodies.
They gave out tastings of the key lime basil,
had herbs and a little okra and a few bunches of radishes for sale.
They also brought a collection of plants to sell.
These giant pine cones were being sold for 50 cents.
Whatever remains will be for sale at their yard sale next weekend.
I'll be posting about that event,
as it is part of a local 39-mile long yard sale along Scenic Highway 17 .
There was a small display of the Florida Flywheeler's.
Love those shiny tractors!
A little farmer's dream.
There were even John Deere toys and collectibles for sale.
will host their next event at their park in a few weeks.
We never miss it.
Pioneer Days is all about learning how things used to be done.
Craftsmanship from days of old are featured.
Anyone ready for s'mores?
Many handmade items were also for sale.
Big K and Lil' Guy met up with me to check it all out.
We took a tractor ride through the historic district.
Most of the homes were built in the early 1900's.
This bungalow is so inviting.
The charm just goes on and on...
This historic hotel is currently being renovated.