I’m going to tell you a little story about how you might achieve that “all is right with the world” feeling. Pay attention because the instructions are specific.
First, you need to drive to the new Urban Agrarian storefront location at 1235 SW 2nd. It’s important the trip is planned sometime between Wednesday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Otherwise, you’ll miss that good feeling I’m telling you about…well, because the doors will be closed.
Once you pull up to the old Farmer’s Market Building and see the “Urban Agrarian” signage outside, you’ll already begin to understand what I’m trying to describe.
I’ve been trying to visit the Urban Agrarian (UA) Sunday food market at N.W. 23rd & Hudson (located in the Cheever’s parking lot) for several weeks. Today, I finally made it…with five minutes to spare before they closed. Mick and I had left my grandmother’s farm about forty-five minutes earlier and we were driving our truck eastbound on N.W. 23rd Street, hitting every red light possible. I finally pulled out my cell phone and Tweeted:
“@UrbanAgrarian driving back from grandma’s farm in Tuttle. Getting there with maybe 5 min to shop! Eek!” In less than a minute, I got a notice about this reply to my message: “@RedDirtKelly no worries, we will be here.”