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kenLove 52020 299 farmers market either
farmers market
Every Thursday at the Kona Pacific Farmers Cooperative we
have a fruit tasting and test market. This is a small
section of what the market looks like. My display for fruit
is 10 times larger with 50 to 70 fruit depending on the
I would love to see some other farmers market photos or home
stands .
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This is Larry our oldest helping customers at our little
Produce Stand in the middle of our fields. Picture taken
July 4, 2003
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Thanks Kadee!

Where is your place?
Do you have any processed products or just things from the
Check out
its a great place to list your market.
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Ken, where is the fruit in your picture :-P
I know you have one of the best oranges in Hawaii
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HI Duane
never would have guessed you would show up here!
At least I know where you got the jackfruit picture now!

All that fruit is down at the thursday market at the coop
where we visited.
your orange tree is doing fine!

lets see some of your photos here!

Duane was one of my photo teachers back when abe lincoln
was president :-D
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It was Jefferson Davis not Abe Lincoln.-D
I will send some pictures soon -
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Hey Duane, The way I feel this morning it was more likely
Anything happen with your loquat yet?
I'll be in chicago in Sept. ANy plans to go north?
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My Loquat still blooms but refuses to set the fruit. But all
the nice rain we are getting this year has help produce
a bumper crop of other fruits. Attached is a shot of the
figs which should be ripe soon.
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looks like white kadota figs, I have a few but mostly brown
turkey. sell for 50 c each. One store was selling them
here for 3.99 for 1 fig!
I called thinking they were selling rees for that price and
wanted to know how many they had in stock.
they told me a few hundred fruit.
Weird about your loquat. Will have 2 fruitings this year
for the first time.

take care
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At $3.99 per fig ... I will fill up my suitcases and it will
pay for my trip to visit you again. I just won an ebay bid
on a new digital camerea so I will post more pictures when
it come in. Here is a shot of the hibiscus which is blooming
now. Of course the okra is blooming also which is in the
hibiscus family.
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What type of digital?
I need a new one too but it will have to wait.
At least in Japan I can use the AP camera.
Just have that little olympus here. Does a good job but only
holds 8 shots.
You going to send me some more okra this year?
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Hi Ken,
last Friday, Oct 17, 2003, Shad and I went up to the Atlanta
Farmers Market in Georgia, USA, to get some Pumpkins for our
little produce stand and I thought I take some pictures for
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The different stands were really nicely decorated, to get
you in the Halloween spirit.
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I just loved all the nice decorations!
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Hi Kadee,
What is "we accept USDA" on last stand?
USDA is United States Department of Agriculture, I think.
But why "we accept"?

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Hi Kadee

thanks much for sharing pictures of the Atlanta farmers
market. The display looks great.

Im not sure what they mean by accept USDA either
unless there is another part of it underneath like food
stamps or something.

The picture is our display at one of the hotel food events
here in Kona. My son is a chef and was giving samples of our
hot sauce.

take care
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