We Are Deep In the Heart of Texas

Nomadic seasons of farming adventures with nature thrown in to include; a pinch of family, snippets of friends, counting our blessings, paying IT forward, home school, and the spicy things I decide to rant about.

Saturday, June 6, 2009

Bee Farmer's Market Find

This morning instead of going to the animal farm in New Braunfels, we had to work on my truck instead. Seems the fan motor is going out -- so in order for me and the boys to get out this week. We postponed the animal farm trip until the next weekend my husband gets off from work.

We did stop by this farmers market in Beeville, Texas. I love small town places so much more than crowded gatherings. Not only did we browse this market but, Gil found a spice rack I had ask him to make for me just a month ago. He has been working so much mandated overtime he has not been able to build one for the house.

Let me tell you, I was so excited to pay the $20 for this shelf below because now, I will be able to see my bulk spices as well as: fragrance & essential oils plus other items I use to make homemade items. WAY EXCITED it was made out of an old fence. The carpenters name is CHRIS and I hope to find more of his items in the future.

The website for this market is:


or Email is market@beevilletx.org

IT OPENS on the first Saturday of each month until December.


mixednut555 said...

Ohh, I love the spice rack! Reminds of when my ex and I put up wainscotting in our family room with wood from an old barn someone tore down. That room was beautiful. Loved that weathered silver look. Very cool that it holds your spices and stuffs for easy access.

Nekkid Chicken said...

Kat, I was beside myself with happiness. No new wood was used in this spice rack. I hope to get a few more of these type of shelves, I love them.

Guess what? Tuesday there is a meeting on BANNING PLASTIC SHOPPING bags in our little town up the road, Beeville. Hopefully all the other towns around this area will follow suit.

Dancing dancing WOOOOO HOOOO!