Monday, September 28, 2015

Our Sunday Morning

Farmers Market at Hyde Park Square
Sunday morning and Lee said Sweet William The Scot grab your leash an lets go to the Farmers Market.  I grabbed my leash and was waiting by the car as Lee locked up.
After we find something to eat we will sit and listen to a friend play his guitar.
It is early and lots of people and dogs are already here.
Why that is one big Doberman Pinscher.  Hope he does not beat me to what I want to get.
This booth has sweet fresh ginger and Lee always gets ginger.
Why she loves to make ginger tea.
Flowers, Lee I think we have enough of them at home.
Oh I know Lee will buy fresh Focaccia bread here.
Oh they have fruit pies and breakfast fruit pizzas today, yum.
Can you read the mans tee shirt?  It says "Friends don't let friends walk alone" with a cartoon dog.  He had his dog.
I want a pumpkin for Halloween Lee.
We left without eating breakfast.  Lee decided to buy us a fresh egg sandwich with cheese, tomatoes and kale.  And we had spearmint fresh ice tea.  Why this man can flip his skillet like Gordon Ramsay.
Everything he uses he buys here so you know it is fresh.  He toast the bread in another skillet.
Why I thought they were Lassie and Benji.
The dried herbs and lavender smell great.
Why here is tiny guy.
Jams and jellies.  Homemade noodles of all flavors.
Will you be my friend.  You sort of look like me.  I want to be everyone's friend and I am so submissive.  Look deep into my eyes and tell me why I have to wear a Halti.
Fresh green beans, radishes, beets, turnips, lettuce.
Why these dogs are enjoying the day at the Farmers Market.
Well we got fresh corn, butternut squash, tomato Focaccia bread and more.
I asked Lee if I could have some money for fresh dog treats and she said yes.
Lee always gives me money.
Boy I was a lucky dog and I sure enjoyed my morning.
Thanks for being a  friend
Traveling down the road and back again
Your heart is true and your a friend of  mine
Signing Off 
Sweet William The Scot

Psssss ~ I got a package this week.  It came all the way from South Africa from my friends Wallace and Samuel.
Wonder what's in that box?  We just love the anticipation an knowing we have a box to open.


  1. SW, I am always impressed with your social skills no wonder you always get to do really cool stuff.

    Aroo to you,

  2. Hari OM
    OMD SW that is a fabulous market!!! I too love to make fresh ginger tea; for winter i add honey and lemon and a weeeee touch of garlic to keep the lurgies at bay!!! Enjoy your goodies. Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

  3. that was great to visit your farmers market with you :o) I think it's a great idea to buy ginger for tea... in winter you can sit in your warm nest with tea and cookies and you can enjoy all the events of that market again while dreaming of the next market in next year :o)

  4. Lee needs to get her priorities straight. All those foodables and she's thinking about FLOWERS??????

  5. Lee got treats and Sweet William got treats and they were all fresh.So many pups at the market to make new friends with. Can't wait to see what Wally and Sammy sent to you.
    Your Friend, Bentley

  6. Sweet William, that is the best ever Farmers Market, with all the delicious foodables and so many doggy friends to meet. You are one lucky guy, for sure.
    Toodle pip!

  7. Looks like a big market. They are so much fun
    Lily & Edward

  8. What a wonderfur market you have there! All the bounty of the earth there to savor and be satisfied.

    You wear a Halti, too? I hate that thing, but growlmy insists I wear it each time we go for walkies.....though she doesn't think I am that submissive, BOL! I am furendly though...most of the on one being the best...too many strangers (Pups and peeps) make me nervous.

    I bet the sniffs at that market are most glorious for your schnooter to indulge in.

  9. That bread looks amazing!
    And look at the friends you made!!

  10. Your farmers market looks like a wonderful place to go. I went on a walkie yesterday and Mom says I was very well behaved. I barked just a little at first but then Mom made sure I practice my CGC stuff
    Bailey & Hazel too

  11. It's our Farmers' Market this weekend. You reminded HER that Dui needs to go have some 'crowd lessons'. Lots of great stuff at your market!

  12. Oh William what a great day, that's just the sort of outing I would luffs! Let me nose when you're going to the next one and I'll come over to join you!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

  13. Wow, dat looks like one pawsome place to visit!

  14. Yer market looks pawsum-- and delish!!!

    And look, you met a westie like me and Whitley!!!

  15. Your Farmer's Market looks delicious! Do the vendors give you samples? I always can see how you are such a kind and gently dog. I also think you look very handsome next to the orange pumpkins. Orange and black go together so well!

  16. What a pawsome market, so much to see and smell! Those fresh goodies Lee bought look divine and we bet tasted grrrreat!
    Have you opened your parcel yet???
    Wally & Sammy

  17. What a fun and yummy Sunday morning for you, William!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

  18. Where you and the westie trying to be like the old magnets? I want to know was that egg sandwich good? Lee did share right. Looks like you met a lot of new friends and saw lots of good foodables.

  19. Oh what a wonderful market, ours just so tiny compared to yours, and the food and flowers, and herbs wow!!!!!
    stella rose

  20. What a great day!! Mommy loves farmers markets and I love the goodies she brings home with her.

    Ziggy Out!!

  21. Paws up, William ... you did it ... welcome back!

  22. How nice to see so many dogs at the farmers market! We aren't allowed at the Saturday market here, but we are at the Sunday one. Who know why that is?!

    Edgar and his mum