I often joke that every day is a vacation, but in truth it’s good to get away some times. Especially to see family. So for this Independence Day weekend, Molly and I flew up to Pittsburgh PA to spend time with my family.
The timing was perfect as our son Jordan is staying with us. Jordan just got a new job in Hutto. His wife and stepdaughter are still in Dallas until they can find a place near by. Fortunately we have a small apartment upstairs, and if a temporary thing turn into a few months (or years), it will still be a comfortable arrangement. But in the meantime I’ll take advantage of the situation and recruit him to watch things while we’re away.
It was great seeing my brothers and sisters again. They all live in the North-East, and though they get together frequently, it’s a challenge for Molly and I to make the trek. In addition to my brothers and sisters, about half of my nephews and nieces were there along with their families. Everyone is very excited about what we’re doing on the ranch, so there’s talk of having the next reunion at our place. Of course it will have to be in the fall as the Texas heat is too much for their Yankee sensibilities.
Pfarmers Market returns for regular season with a new location
The Pflugerville Pfarmers Market is returning with pfresh produce, meat and homemade goods, starting May 11 on every Tuesday from 3-7 p.m. through October 26. Due to construction on Old Austin Hutto Road, the market will be located at Pflugerville First United Methodist Church (500 E. Pecan Street) throughout the regular market. Just enter through the main entrance, and we will be set up in the back parking lot.
The Elgin Farmers Market is a year-round market that will remain open every Thursday. Pre-orders are encouraged.
The Taylor Farmers Market is a year-round market that will is open every Saturday. Pre-orders are encouraged. Live music most Saturday's from 11 -1.
NEW AT THE MARKET!
Black Diamond Authority is offering classes every Saturday ranging from painting to ceramics to comic book illustration and shoe art.