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After missing it last year we were back at Kromsta Marknad for the forth time. 


The weather was great, lots of people and very good sales. 

Next weekend – Fermentations Festival!

The saturday market at Fyristorg is warming up. More and more seasonal flowers and vegetables are coming and starting to supersede the potatoes, sauerkraut and cinnamon rolls. 

Yesterday was a good day at the market. 



It was cold and windy but not freezing, lots of people and very good sales. 

It looks pretty meagre now, but it feels good. It’s been a good day at the market and hardly anything is left. 

All of a sudden there is lots and lots of vegies. 


And a good day at the market in Uppsala (fyristorg).

The first time at Fyris market (Fyristorg Uppsala) this year. 

  
I have s lot of lactic fermented vegetables, but also some scraggly pumpkins and potted plants. 

   
 

  
On my way to the saturday farmers market at Fyristorg in Uppsala. 

The biggest load this year. 

  
  
To the farmers market Fyris Torg in Uppsala. 

  
  

No car today, I filled up my sturdy japanese bamboo rucksack to go to the Fyris Torg farmers market in Uppsala this morning. 

  

As I stepped out the door, a flock of whooping cranes flew low over my garden and landed in the adjacent field, reminding me that I had forgotten my camera phone. Alas, I didn’t get a good close picture.  

Waiting for the bus 

The basket holds quite a bit.  

Today will be the last time at Fyris Market in Uppsala this year.

There is still a little bit of scraggly kale, broccoli, leeks, scallions, swiss chard, pumpkins (several kinds), sauerkraut, sour carrots, dill pickles, and miso.

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Next time will be in April after the blistery cold has past.