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Grasshopper Mexican Market

Posted by woodyoak 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 26, 10 at 17:41

gb - have you ever stopped at Grasshopper on HWY 6 near Concession 7? The Mexican market is fun - we stopped on our way to St. Jacob this afternoon. I can't remember if I've posted pictures of it before. I think it's a place with lots of idyll appeal :-)

There are LOTS of big pots!
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and other stuff.

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I think it used to be called Casa del Sol or something like that at one time. There are quite a few sun wallhangings.
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And statue sort of things
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And just plain bizarre stuff too
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It's where we got the big frog that guards the wet corner bed. Today we picked up a turtle for the garden:
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Misty was a bit dubious about the new resident:

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At the moment it is hiding under some Solomon's Seal under the oak tree - I'm not sure if that is where it will stay or not...
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Here is a link that might be useful: Grasshopper


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RE: Grasshopper Mexican Market

Never been there!

We have a turtle that moves about. We take turns relocating it!


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RE: Grasshopper Mexican Market

Love those suns !


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I really love what I think are partridges :) Those big urns are cool, too.

What a great place, Woody!


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RE: Grasshopper Mexican Market

Wow Woody! what a wonderful place.... good thing I'm not any closer to it or I'd be dropping bundles of moola there.

Love the new turtle!
Deanne


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That's a lot of pots! Even Deanne couldn't fill them all. I like your placement of the new turtle. I like things peeking through the foliage.

Michelle


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