Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Bogert farmers market: signs of good things

I love to walk around farmers markets and look at signs. Most of them are handcrafted; all promise good things.

This sign shows you where to find delectable Le Chatelaine chocolate! Bozeman's best!

Another sign was so pretty, I just stopped and stared. "We're so lucky to have a nice artist," the vendor told me proudly.

Each farmer displays a sign, even though people would buy their fresh, tasty vegetables anyway.

These signs announced the source of the cheese: sheep.

The sign for these lovely flowers was really superfluous, but just in case . . .

Bone, antler, eggshell, fossilized mammoth tusk, tagua nut . . . each a canvas for scrimshaw art. Exquisite.

Nana Sue makes delectable cookies for every holiday. Her signs say so.

And some things just don't need a sign. Like this happy family bagging corn for customers.

Find more signs at the 
Bogert Farmers Market
Bogert Park, S. Church Ave., Bozeman
Tuesday, 5 pm - 8 pm
June 3 - September 23

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