Saturday, August 8, 2009

To Market, To Market...


...to buy a fresh pig, home again, home again, jiggety-jig! So the nursery rhyme goes. Well, no pigs to be bought at the farmers' market we visited this morning, but it was still nice!

This was a different one than the last one I posted about here. This market is in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY, and you can see the beautiful Hudson River in some of the pics below. Not as many doggies out and about this time, and the bluegrass band was a little too loud for my taste.

I did meet another Portuguese Water Dog; this area seems to have a lot of 'em! She didn't know Bo, either...what's up with that?





The best part about going to the market on Saturday is that usually means a yummy dinner. My human loves to makes a couple side dishes from the great produce she buys, and serve it with something easy on the grill. Tonight was STEAK! I was one happy pup. I got to chew on some meaty bones...


...and I got to eat the steak scaps from the kiddies...one of the many perks of living with small bi-peds!

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16 comments:

  1. Wooos! What yummy bones, I am drooling from here. And sad to say I have no little bi-peds to get treats from, just my Mom and you know how Moms are, stingy!
    -Kira The BeaWootiful

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  2. Wow, you "wait" really well!! I'm impressed!

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  3. We enjoyed our visit to your doggie bloggie.
    You are a beautiful pup!
    Kit and The Crew

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  4. Hi, Sedona!
    Glad you had a nice time this morning! That market looks pawesome!
    Bones!
    I was very nervous waiting for the OK word in your video! Good girl!
    Kisses and hugs
    Lorenza

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  5. That looked like lots of fun, Sedona. You sure get around. Will you share your yummy bone?

    Tucker and Daisy

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  6. OMD... OMD.. OMD..... !!!

    Your mommy was torturing you! BOL *j/k*

    Very impressive!!! Can't believe that you can wait for almost 1 minute and being so patiently to wait the "OK" word. If we are the ones, definitely will attack directly the steak.

    How did your mommy teach you to "wait", would you share with us the tips and tricks?

    Licks,
    Adele, Vincent & Bella

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  7. Hello! Nice to meet you. I saw you over at GJ's blog and thought I'd pop in. That looks like a fabulous farmer's market.

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  8. So, do woo get to do that to your mom when she's khraving something yummy?

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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  9. Hi Sedona! Looks like you had a fantastic time ay the market! I've never been to a farmers market. They don't let us 4pawed in in the one's close by. Mmmmmmm the steak bone is yummmy!!!!!!! Did you get to eat any of the rasberries?

    Hugs & smooches XOXO
    Hailey

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  10. Wow, Sedona - it looks like you are having the absolute perfect summer! Swimming, vacation, trips to market, lots of yummy food. You lucky girl! Never pictured the Hudson looking so picturesque - always think of the part that goes through the city - like where the plane had to land!

    Have a great day!
    Snorts-
    Brutus

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  11. Hi Sedona,

    You are a very good girl sitting for that long. What is it with hoomans making us doggies "wait" all the time? I think they are big meanies! So glad you got your steak finally.

    Wags & wiggles,
    Bijou

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  12. I just LOVE going to the Farmer's Market here! I got to sample a strawberry one time - AND I got ear rubbie-dubbies the last time I was there! That was awesome!
    Play bows,
    Zim

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  13. You are so well behaved.. I enjoyed seeing the market pictures.. Mum loves markets and said she would have liked to go there..

    Hugs GJ xx

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  14. woo! looks like your bone is delicious! Yummy yummy in your tummy!

    hugs,
    Brownie

    Pee Ess: my momster actually taped my left ear to get it to stand up! BOL!

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  15. What a good girl - we love steak too - the farmers market looked really nice

    Woodrow - Sweetie - Sherman

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  16. What a beautiful setting for the farmers market! Looked very festive. And, doggies can go too!!?

    See you soon pal!
    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose
    (ps. Had my first puppy training class last night! I think I was the oldest (16 wks), but the other pups were about my size. Mom is really excited about the extra training help! Working on 'velvet mouth' this week.)

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