It was one of those days.
I usually sleep all night long without waking up, but awoke in the middle of the night not feeling too hot. When it was time to get up this morning, I felt worse and couldnít decide if I would make it at market all day in the heat. I got ready, but kept feeling worse. I knew I had to decide what to do because my dough balls and sauce were at market. By the time I arrived at market I was even feeling worse, so I decided to freeze all the dough balls and sauce. I had to go to the office and pay electric and propane and pick up some items for my mother.
I decided on my way, I would take some videos of the outside fruit and vegetable stands and also take a few videos of the flea market. This is only part of the outside of Rootís market. Someday when I have time, I will take some videos of all the meats, deli, cheese, poultry, bake stands, candy, fudge, subs, pickle stands and all the other stands that are inside the market. If anyone is interested in seeing what some of the outside stands look like or how many vegetables and fruits are just on the outside of Rootís, these are the videos. Many of these standholders grow all their on vegetables and fruit. In the one video you can see the whoopie pies that our area is famous for. There are many more fruit and vegetable stands inside the buildings at Rootís. Inside is where I make my pizzas and dough. These videos were taken early, so some of the standholders werenít set-up then or they were just getting ready.
Rootís Market Outside. Some of the outside stands. If you listen, the cicadas can be heard singing.
Rootís Old Mill Flea Market and Antiques, across the street from Rootís Country Market. Some of the flea market and antiques stands. Third stand in on right was my old Funnel Cake, Ice Cream, Lemonade, and Mexican Food Stand.