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Join Me for a Visit to Our Local Country Produce Stand...BBQ too!

Country Joe's Produce in Willis, Tx. on Hwy 105.

Local fruit and veges when  in season.  I cooked those potatoes and green beans..Yummy!

A gift for Aunt Joan for hosting us in our crisis. (We're staying at her place in Arlington while we paint.) Now..this is a sacrifice!

The best place for local honey that I know of.

.Local folks smoke and package this meat..Delicious! Smokey Joe makes the most fabulous home cooked barbecue..to die for! We bought the smoked pork to go with our potatoes and green beans. A perfect country dinner!

Great idea for a photo op..A Pumpkin patch!

Can't wait to try these pickles...  

See you Saturday..


Happy Homemaking!
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Needled Mom said...

Looks like a great shop.

Breathing In Grace said...

What a neat place!!! So glad your Dad's house sold...what a load off your shoulders!!! God is so good!

Jill said...

Awesome place! Now you've made me hungry, LOL
Hope everything comes together getting the house done!
Have a wonderful weekend!

GlorV1 said...

Great photos Donna. Everything looked great. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said...

Hi Donna...this looks like my kinda place! Thank you for sharing! Simple weekend blessings!

Ama x four said...
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Ama x four said...

Thanks, Donna, for the yummy gifts from the produce stand. Always enjoy having you and your family for a visit any time. Glad you got things finished up.

“There's nothing half so pleasant as coming home again.” ~ Margaret Sangster
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