We used to live in Errington, and the Farmer's Market on Saturday mornings was just a few tables tucked away amongst the trees, where they were selling more products than produce. But Lisa told us that its much better these days, and it would likely have more of what we were looking for than the Qualicum Farmer's Market. And she was right.
And the feel about it was way more what I expect from a countryside market. A busy hubbub with country music....
and artisans of all kinds, plus lots of produce which I was looking for. I couldn't pass up the fixings for making a Greek Salad fresh from (somebody else's) garden.
But, not everything we wanted did we find at the Farmer's Market, so we drove into town to our favorite market....Not only organic, but also ecologically, ethically, and locally produced; products at Naked Naturals represent what our families ought to consume, both for ourselves as well as others around us."
I find their prices totally competitive, and often much cheaper, and I love the fact that if I spend over $100 at one time, I get 10% off. Do you know how many times I leave that store with spending less than $100? The one time I did that, Jordan said "I'm disappointed in you!" with a smile ;)
****And I cracked up the first time I realized at the bottom of my store receipt it said, "Thank you for shopping Naked"