The Wellington Farmer's Market takes place in the parking lot behind a church, which has a walkway down to the view seen above and below. With a beautiful round stone circle and bench. There weren't a lot of fresh produce vendors, mostly local food makers and jewelry/clothing. All of it was very interesting, especially enjoyed taste testing the honey and honey tea from Honey Pie Hives (would liked to have gone to their place to grab some mead, but had no time). Also, enjoyed the fish cakes with dill sauce we got from Bajan Bites, along with coconut cake. If you have a chance to try their food, go for it, they also serve up food in Toronto.
The ice cream at Slickers was delicious, and we just loved the beautiful little town of Bloomfield. I cannot quite remember what my daughter had, I think it was bubblegum. My husband ended up getting passionfruit, but wasn't expecting it to be so tart and didn't enjoy his as much as the little girl and I did. I got the jazzberry, which was divine. Great place, in a quaint town, our favourite during our stay.
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