Cherry Street Market ~ Tulsa, Oklahoma

Hubby and I, and a few hundred others, ventured out to  the Cherry Street Farmer’s Market on Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  The vintage beauty of the area, the music, the aroma of freshly baked breads and fragrant veggies that screamed, “buy me”, all suck you in to a festive spiral.  The environment makes you ignore the heat for a while and move forward to seek the treasure in the next tent.HaPPy Monday, People!  And even though I don’t feel like being so nice today, I will put forth a conscious effort to do so.  Join me?  🙂

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26 Responses to Cherry Street Market ~ Tulsa, Oklahoma

  1. Lovely market scenes! Is the grump due to Monday?

  2. Looks like my kind of place, thanks for sharing.
    (great pictures)

  3. Loved your photos of the Cherry Street Market, especially since I collect anything with a cherry theme or picture on it. It entered my grumpy Monday morning mind that if that outdoor event had been in Syria, all those people would have probably been mowed down by gunfire…and how we Americans take for granted that we can gather at a farmer’s market without the threat of being killed.

    • Funny you should say that, Delores. A couple of hours later, a few blocks away…there was a gang related incident at a Best Buy where two were killed, one was a dad shopping with his daughter in the store. Yes, we are free….but we are living on the edge, I fear. ;(

      • Oh don’t tell me there are gangs in sweet old rural Oklahoma. I thought most of the gang killings come from big cities, like Chicago, L.A., Detroit. You are right, we all live on the edge where the life of innocent people can be snuffed out for no reason. God help us!

      • Tulsa has a lot of gang activity. And let’s face it, no matter how safe you try to be, you just cannot dodge a stray bullet… 😦

  4. Wonderful pictures, Paula. You really have a great eye.

  5. missknowall says:

    Those are gorgeous pictures. Especially the cute blond kid with the glasses (:
    Thanks for the follow(:

  6. Great images Paula! My favorite has to be the sign about happy cows…I thought happy cows came from California, seconded by the kid waterskiing behind the dog 🙂 You really captured some life and living from that day! And, one question? No porta-john? 🙂

  7. Juliana says:

    Looks so neat! I might have to visit sometime…great pics!!

  8. renae says:

    I love seeing farmers markets from other area’s…..very interesting pics 🙂

  9. LOVe a good market and cherry street looks fabulous! love the pics and REALLY love ‘home of happy cows’. classic.

  10. Joanna says:

    Nice! I really want to go now!

  11. Lots of beautiful oyster plants.

  12. russtowne says:

    Sounds like a good idea to me!

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