Sunday, December 9, 2012

Holiday Farmer's Market, Colonial Williamsburg, VA

On Saturday, we went to the last Farmer's Market of the season in Williamsburg with the Around Town Hounds greyhound walking group. I liked the use of the oyster shells on some of the wreaths.
All of Colonial Williamsburg is decorated for the holidays. Of course the market is very crowded on this last day of their season. And the big group of greyhounds draws a lot of attention.
After making our way through the market, we walked down Duke of Gloucester Street to look at all the decorations. It was a foggy, misty day.
The dogs were very interested when the horses walked by. Of course, Sammy barks!
Many of the historical interpreters were interested in meeting the dogs. And they are happy to pose for photos with you and your dogs. Just ask them!
Thanks to Deborah for taking the photos for my blog today.
Wish you were here,
Sammy & PG


  1. Is Williamsburg a dog-friendly town? Think it would be cool to visit with the kids.

  2. The Merchant Square area is very dog friendly. The DoG Street Pub has an outdoor patio where dogs are allowed while you are dining. And Aromas Coffee House on Prince George Street also has a dog friendly patio.