The first time I went was on a Friday afternoon. It was barely busy at all, so I had plenty of time to explore. The second time I went was on a weekend, and it was much busier with families with small children. It was in the early spring, so although they had plants and flowers, it was still early for farm-fresh produce.
I was impressed with the selection of baked goods, and how many of them were available for individual sale. As a single person, I don't need to buy the whole cake, one slice will do. And the assortment of cookies was almost astounding. The baked items were all self-serve and displayed up on tables about waist-high (some with shelves and doors) so it was easy to see what everything was and to reach for it. Again, as a single gal, it was nice to be able to take one or two of the varieties I wanted, rather than having to settle for a whole container.
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