Day 116: Summer Markets in Vail

Day 116: Summer Markets in Vail

On Day 116 of the Nowhere To Be Project I found myself at my very favorite summer market, the Vail Farmer’s Market. The market winds through the village and is stocked with fresh fruits and veggies, beautiful blooms, a vast variety of handcrafted local foods, goods and art. Patrons walk the streets to the tune of live jazz music and the sounds of the rushing water in Gore Creek while marveling at the blossoming flower baskets perched in every nook and cranny of this lovely alpine town. Among my favorite finds are the local Palisades peaches, the amazing juices and snacks at the all vegan Green Elephant Juicery and the cute hand painted clogs by the Swedish Clog Cabin (I’ve literally been a fan of their designs since I began walking:-). Vail’s summer market is always ranked among the best farmer’s markets in the west and as a connoisseur of sorts, I would place it among the top in the whole world. People come from all around the globe to visit the wondrous mountain village of Vail and those who are lucky enough to be here on a summer Sunday soon realize that the Vail Farmer’s Market is a must see!

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11 thoughts on “Day 116: Summer Markets in Vail

  1. Loving the clogs! This market looks and sounds so cute, I wish I had a cool one like this near me. My little Uni one will have to do for now

    Lon x

  2. Those shoes are FAB! The Farmers Market looks so cute! I’ve actually never been to one myself- I’d love to visit one some day and this post makes me want to even more now x

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