We passed produce stands both large and small. Saw nice pastures, a horse grazing, and were lucky enough to not have too many cars behind us to hinder any photo opportunities we saw.
We drove through Washington Crossing State Park, lots of people were swimming or sunning, enjoying a picnic, and we saw at least one car with a kayak.
The lady at the small produce stand, after I purchased some things, handed me this tomato, and said, "I want you to take this tomato. It is the sweetest you will ever taste, and it is in the shape of a heart."
I was touched by this, it is not the prettiest, but she was right about the taste, there was almost no acidity. I ate it as if it were a peach!
This is a photo of Washington's Crossing Bridge, taking you into Bucks County, Pennsylvania. George Washington crossed this in 1776, probably on horseback as the water is very shallow. A future post will have the tale of that part of our Sunday drive.
Better late than never, I always say, so I am joining
(wishing her the best)
Thanks, ladies, for hosting!