If you had told me twenty years ago that I would not only live in a small town but enjoy it I more than likely would have scoffed to say the least. When I was a teenager I couldn't wait to get away from Pensacola...I thought there were bigger and better things to see, people to meet and places to go. I never really went anywhere though and with the maturity that age brings I'm thankful I never got to wander too far from home. I get tickled since our move to Milton a few years ago because my Mother acts like we've moved to a different time zone instead of just into another county. It's probably quicker for me to get to my parents' house now that I'm 'across the water' than when I lived across town from them.
There was also this lovely stack of some kind of boxes that I couldn't resist snapping a picture of.
They even have a decent selection of gluten free items.
All local produce is marked and clearly tells you where it's from. Pretty cool for those of us who want to make the process of buying our food a closer to home experience.
Besides all the fresh produce they also have jars upon jars of wonderful things. Jams, jellies, pie fillings, canned veggies...it was all there. I loved taking the pictures and I bought some of this Amish Wedding jam...oh, my goodness is it good! But that is another blog post :-)
They also have this wall of sweet treats...three for a dollar I think. Guess where the kids go first?