Sunday, 28 September 2014


This weekend there's a farmer's market and artesan food fair for locally and mainly organically grown and produced products at a farm close to ours.

After a storm last night autumn was as it's best this morning, crisp and sunny.

Suitably for the occasion I put on my cowboy boots that I got from Ina for making her some promo material for her shop.

Dag got to wear a team shirt.

The fair is at Mangs which is just around the corner (in countryside measurements) from our farm. It's a very idyllic place. The fair itself is rather small but with a huge amount of visitors.

Eddi & his brother's farm is all-organic. Here's the stand.

We have linseed, fava beans, honey, rolled oats and rye flour. (Or well, "we"; I did not make that much to produce those. But I have made the packing and print material for all the products.)

We also had sour dough bread that a local bread enthusiast has baked of our products.

And care products for home and house, like linseed soap which is an all-natural product that can be used to clean anything and everything.

The boys had also picked linseed flowers which they sold. Not Dag though (although he did a nice try to pick some with me earlier this fall; they are rather hard to collect neatly actually).

He spotted the tractors right away and it topk many tears to get him off the BIG TRACTOR after some time of admiring.

I took him to admire the alpacas instead. Which are super cute. Such cuddly shape! And they  make cute noises as well.

A couple of our lambs are also admirable at the fair for the kids to pet and feed. Dag was super excited because you know, he can also see them almost every day at home.

To let him try out something he does not get to do all the time like look at tractors and lambs, he got to ride a pony. And then we got cinnamon rolls made with goat milk and they were so good.
(They sell them close to the yellow house just next to the pony rides, if you happen to go there. YUM!)

Here are some more alpacas BECAUE JUST LOOK AT THESE!

The market is open today on Sunday from 10 to 16hrs. To get to Mangs turn off road 51 at Degerby and then follow the signs to the market, which is a 10-15 minute drive from there.


Ina - Years Since Yesterday said...

I need to get my ass out there again this fall... Plus I need some Vassböle Lin products, running out of a thing or two...

Anonymous said...

Does your hubby sell his products online?

Unknown said...

Looks so idyllic. What are those purple cauliflower things? Purple cauliflower :) Awesome looking anyway... said...

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tam said...

Looks like such a fun day! I love farmers markets and throw in some alpacas I'm sold! Your little boy is such a cutie!

The Freelancer's FashionBlog said...

Ina : yes get it over here :D

Anonymous: no, they don't (yet). But if you're in the same area you can rode some things by mail.

Mama D : yes I think it's just called purple cauliflower :)

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