|Renovated Market Building at 701 Whaley|
It had been two weeks since I'd looked in on the renovations for the All-Local Farmers' Market. I'd told Tracie I'd write about the market's Grand Re-opening, so I biked over at lunch today to check it out. The market will be in the building this Saturday. 701 Whaley manager Tom Chinn was doing a little cleaning up when I got there.
|Wood recycled from 701 Whaley beams|
Inside, serious progress from two weeks ago. Along the lower back wall, wood paneling has been installed. Tom told me the wood was recycled from beams that had been in 701 Whaley. Floral & Hardy had also been over, working on their new booth.
|Garage doors installed across front|
The arched garage doors are in and you can see how much more natural light there will be, even if the doors are lowered.
|Posts also made from old beams|
Tom pointed out a couple of details--more 701 Whaley beams re-purposed to support the porch roof and as newels.
|Tom Chinn, not wanting|
his picture taken btw.
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|Pumpkins at Heyward & Queen|
It's at the church on the corner of Heyward and Queen in Shandon. Pumpkins are for sale; if no one's there, you can use their self-serve honor system.