Clover the Balloon Fairy, undeterred by the rain, was kept busy crafting balloon animals and toys for the younger crowd attending opening day of the Edmonds Museum Garden Market. (Photos by Larry Vogel)
The Garden Market got underway on Saturday with more typical weather than the warm sun we had seen earlier this week: intermittent rain and breezy conditions. Market-goers were treated to the first farm-fresh produce of the season.
A number of booth offered custom-made floral arrangements featuring a variety of spring bulbs.
Nothing like hot crepes off the grill to warm you up on a rainy Northwest morning.
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