Washington ROCKS with Rainier cherries, Raw milk, and Rural Coffee Stands.
Roadside fruit stands, farmers markets, a raw milk drive-thru, espresso stands on corners even in the most rural towns, mountains, ocean.
Washington is a food and nature lovers paradise.
At least in the summer.
Getting food this week has been a fun adventure!
There has been an abundance of Rainer cherries and berries galore.
We even found green tomatoes so I can make one of our favorite summer recipes, fried green tomatoes.
After leaving the farmers market we saw a sign for raw milk.
We haven’t bought raw milk since we lived in CA because, while I’m all for raw milk, I’m a little cautious.
We decided to check it out and drove up to a window where the girl told us about the raw milk and the farm’s testing procedures.
So we bought some.
It was expensive but I love to support local farmers when we can.
Especially a farmer who I would consider a freedom fighter.
To top off a wonderful week of food experiences, we bought our eggs from a nearby help-yourself egg stand.
We bought the last of the eggs and had the responsibility of following the directions to turn the “sold out” sign around.
However, I can’t say much about my gym this week.
Our campsites have been pretty blah and I didn’t take out the time to search out any beautiful places to workout. I just got it done wherever we were parked.
Any interesting food discoveries in your area? Do you have a farmers market near you? How do you feel about raw milk?
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