Eastern Market

The great thing about having church start at 1:00pm is that there is time in the morning to do things.  Like going to the Eastern Market to have brunch and stroll around the farmers’ market.  The farmers cut up pieces of their produce so you can taste it before you buy it (the tomato stalls and the peach stalls are always my favorites).  It’s probably not exactly the sort of thing one should do on a Sunday, but every once in a while (for example, on the last Sunday of Amanda’s visit), it’s a fun thing to do.

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