We all squeezed into Sweetie's car, and made the long drive around Atlanta to the Buford Highway Farmers Market. (A bit of trivia: this market, along with the various H-Marts nearby, are owned and/or run by Koreans.)
|Dodong, Sweetie, and Kuya jammed into the back seat of Sweetie's car|
|Old Grump was our driver|
|Lola was the navigator|
One of the great things about the Buford Highway Farmers Market is that they have lots and lots and lots of tea! Before our tea-universe.com website was nuked by the accursed Bluehost, we had lots and lots and lots of tea for sale too. Grump is trying to rebuild the Tea Universe site, but it's slow going.
|Kuya in front of some Tea|
|And More Tea|
|And More, More Tea!|
|Tea, Tea, Tea!!|
|Good Grief, MORE TEA!!|
In the seafood section, there are some live crayfish.
|Watch those pinchers!|
We ate lunch in the Farmers Market cafeteria.
|Old Grump's Lunch. The Samosa was spicy!|
Back home, we cleaned and sorted our purchases.
|Rambutans, Lychees, and Longans|
Lychees, longans, and rambutans look similar once peeled, and to Grump's mind at least taste similar. ("Like a poor grape," he likes to say, much to Sweetie's disgust.) Of the three I suppose longans are the best, but different folks have different favorites.
Sweetie, Grump, and Lola each had two yummy mangosteens. This was all we could afford, as these little guys are very, very expensive!
|The edible part of an expensive Mangosteen|
After dinner, we took Kuya and Dodong to a nearby school so they could practice riding their bikes. Kuya is still trying to get the hang of it; Dodong gave up rather quickly, and opted to romp on the playground instead.
|Kuya trying to ride his bike|
|Sweetie and Dodong|
|The Beginning of the "world famous" Springdale Nature Trail|