Tuesday, August 13, 2013


The theme this week by Mac is "Quomodocunquize". Mac, Kathy, Craver, Lew and I have a little contest to show a new theme header each week. We now post anytime before 4 PM EDT on Wednesdays and voting begins after that. 

Yes, I said what is this. It means to make money in any possible way. I don't know how Mac found the word but I can't pronounce it. So here is a way I saw people making money. Every Saturday ,through the Spring, Summer and Fall, there is a farm market under the Haymaker Parkway Bridge. I captured some of the ways people were making money. I went to the market to see how they were making money.
 KSU ceramics
I'll sharpen your knife while you shop.
A farmer's wares.
Baked goods.
Sweet honey.
Flowering plants. There were a lot of choices.
See what the others have shown on my sidebar. 


KaHolly said...

Never saw that word before and am not even going to try to pronounce it, but enjoyed your pictures illustrating it's meaning!! I enjoy markets like this!

MJ said...

EGADS!! What a word...but now I see the meaning. I love going to these outdoor markets. We have them here on the weekends, and once during the week. Great POST!!

Sandi McBride said...

I wish this market were closer...wonderful illustration of a word...you rock lol

Lew said...

Indeed, a great (and popular) way to commoditize (I'll use the New World spelling). Lots of farmer's markets here and Thurmont closes the streets for two days in the Fall in part of the town for an arts and craft festival.

imac said...

Farmers Market, a neat idea of Making money any way possible Tom. Good show.

Linda Gross said...

When I saw that word, I said "huh what?". You showed lots of good ways people make money at Farmer Markets.

Linda Gross said...

I saw that word and thought "huh, what?". You showed good ways to make money at farmers markets.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Never heard of such a word,but I do enjoy Farmer's Markets.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

What fun! I love our farmer's markets. Locally, we have some great stores that feature local products: bison, lamb, chicken, beef, as well as produce.
Cheers from Cottage Country!