Yesterday my husband Tim and I spent the day at the Ogdensburg Green Market along the river. Many different kinds of things are available at the Green Market. It was a beautiful day! We arrived early due to the re-enactment. It was fun to see all of the participants in period dress. I especailly enjoyed the variety of dresses and hats the women were wearing. We had many people stop by for coffee ( St. Lawrence Valley Roasters) and Baker Road Bakery goodies. Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves.
We’ve been especailly busy here at North Fork Bed and Breakfast/Gifts which is wonderful! This weekend we have guests that are both participants and spectators of the re-enactment. Yesterday we made sure we got our breakfast sausage from Cliff Cook of Cook Farm. We try to use as many local products as possible here at North Fork. Cliff’s sausage is the best breakfast sausage I’ve ever eaten!
This picture shows one of the new bird houses we have at North Fork Gifts. Look for a variety of bird houses and feeders coming soon on our website. You can also see the bread and some of the baked goods. It was an enjoyable day.As the Seaway Festival kicks off, the re-enactment is winding down. Last night they had fireworks which I’m sure everyone enjoyed. It will be a very busy week in Ogdensburg as the Seaway Festival takes place throughout the coming week and next weekend. Time to prepare breakfast!
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