Saturday was the last farmer's market for the season (that we'll be able to walk to, anyway). I've never seen leaves still on the peppers, as here:
Happy apple (in a shirt and tie!)
Cute terrier sporting a Halloween scarf:
We went back to Old Town Leesburg to explore some more--stopping this time for a late breakfast at the Leesburg Restaurant, in business since the mid 19th century. In the present, it features charmingly worn 1930's details throughout:
Tasty veggie omelet with zucchini and peppers and home fries....
Many colorful flowers in bloom, even as we enter November:
A white picket fence festooned with vibrant morning glories:
Delicate pink camellia
Lots of nostalgic pleasure to be found in a rambling antique shop with endless rooms to explore...
Copper terrier cookie cutters...hmmm, bento inspiration!
A nifty 1930's cookbook
Vintage kawaii--a hand embroidered ladybug with umbrella!
A plump guy...
Today's bento was inspired by this cute nibbler...a squirrel shaped pastry filled with spiced kabocha squash. Broccoli, chanterelle and baby bella mushrooms, market greens and a lady apple also for lunch.
Have a great week!