Beautiful pictures. Glad your issue got figured out. What is it that fellow is selling in the first two pics?Scott in TX.
Thank you. He is selling honey. p
So glad to have you back Pat....your pics are WONDERFUL !!!!!!!!!!! don't give up
Thank you. I really appreciate ethat. p
Hi Pat: so good to read your post again and see the great photos. What is in the wire cage full to the top with feathered birds? Chicks, ducklings ? It almost seems cruel. P.
Thanks for writing. It seemed very cruel to me. There were roosters inside those bags and chicks in the cage and a large puppy in the cage with them. p
Do you suppose by crowding them together like that, they would be calmer? Anyway, why buy roosters? Wouldn't hens be more useful? I think one of the most comforting sounds in the village is the crowing of the roosters. Of course, I don't have to live next door to one!JackB Portland
Hi JackB. I doubt that. Maybe some of them would be calm, like dead.... Roosters always make me think of Mexico. Thanks for writing. p
Hi - Great pictures - really nice camera. You must go early to the market, there are so few people. Being a late riser, it is always crowded - and hot - when we show up.
I went very early, about nine in the morning. And sometimes I go back again around one in the afternoon. p
Thanks for your blog.. I really like the photo of the honey!
Thank you for your feedback. That means a lot to me. p