And a pint of the local strawberries. The Puyallup Valley is famous for daffodil bulbs and berries.
Our own raspberries will be on soon, so we're waiting for them.
I love this statue, right in front of a strawberry stand, of a farmer bringing his berries to sell.
There were many plant vendors. Tom always finds someone to chat with.
I was attracted to this weavers stall. I did buy a felted ball for Jake's new cat, Josy, named after a star on the US Soccer Team. The ball was Rave Green, of course, Seattle Sounders color.
I love the glass glowing in the sunlight. I would like to have more in my garden, but it is very pricey.
Flower stalls are my favorite, with their beautiful color combinations. In nature, colors don't ever clash.
And we must not forget the veggies. Early crops of beets, carrots, lettuce, peas, turnips, radishes, onions, chard and squash were in abundance.