Last weekend Dale and the Duds (yes, they finally have a website) played at the Farmer’s Market in Carver.
The music was wonderful and the produce and flowers were abundant.
I strolled about and took some photos.
Of lead singers.
And guitar players.
We ended the afternoon with a pizza party at the home of some dear friends. It was a wonderful Sunday!
I usually hate spelling errors but ‘zucunni’ looks so cute on a post-it! Looks like a wonderful market and hard to resist with such a great band playing!
What a fun day! I love farmer’s markets, and this one looks so cute amidst all the trees!
Gosh… Dale is kind of a rock star.
Hey, I had to spell check zucchini the other day — tried to get it three times before I gave up.
It’s Zukes – as is “Gad-Zukes” (which is what I said when I saw the size of the ones in my garden. LOL!
Love the band website – being together since 1972, they do have a wealth of great photos to choose from, don’t they? I just put together a FB fan page for one of Pete’s bands. The guys in the other (main) band are all technologically challenged and haven’t figured out the importance of social media. Luckily and amazingly, this is the band that gets all the gigs. 🙂
The farmer’s market in Carver looks a lot better then the one in Quincy!
It looks like a wonderful day!!
Great pictures. It looks like a great market – even with the speling errors. I stopped and looked at that one for a while.
The perfect weekend!
Looks like a wonderful way to spend a Sunday.
Kristi aka FiberFool says
The site for the market is amazing! So much better than our usual (and very hot) asphalt parking lots.
Great pix! I think Dale should wear a flower in his hair. Or maybe a zucchini.
The blanket is lovely. (Doing two posts with one comment here.)
Fun, fun, fun! I love days that end in friends!
What fun! Is that where you got the blueberries?
I love Dale’s web site! It looks like the band has a full summer schedule. The photos are great! It looks like they have a ton of fun.
looks like it was a great day! such a perfect setting for a farmer’s market!
A farmer’s market with shade — what a concept! Every one in our area seems to be held in a parking lot.