Tag: veggie cart
The 2012 season for the Outside Inn’s vegetable cart has come to an end, but we sure have enjoyed the constant stream of fabulous and amazing free fruits and veggies. This blog post shares a few photos from this summer, click here for an album with even more photos. The generosity of our community never ceases to amaze us. And what’s great is that this year not only are we helping folks in Nevada City, but we’re inspiring others around the country. A photo of the cart went viral on Facebook earlier this summer, so I’m excited to say that our idea is growing and motivating others, far outside of Nevada County. We were profiled on the gardening website Question and Planter and marketing material for Austin’s Food is Free Project. So a pat on the back to all of the … Read More »
The Outside Inn’s veggie cart has made its 2102 season debut, for those of you who have been wondering when it would reappear. The original antique cart didn’t weather the winter and we’ve been trying to come up with an alternative option to house our free neighbors vegetable baskets, so we apologize for the delay in the opening of our free fruit and veggie stand. For those of you unfamiliar with our cart please check out this blog post about the 2011 Neighbors Vegetables season. Lots of great pictures from last year’s bounty, click here to see more. The Outside Inn loves watching the flow of traffic, from the generous people sharing their extra homegrown fruits and vegetables, to the folks who enjoy collecting a goodie or two to the Outside Inn guests who don’t understand … Read More »
The Outside Inn’s free neighbor’s vegetable cart has been getting a lot of activity this summer, click here for the first post of the summer, a real heart warming story. For photos of some of the colorful items that have come and gone from our cart please click here for our Flickr album. Today we started with left over vegetables and fruits from the Mountain Bounty CSA, and since the Outside Inn loves sharing the love with others we put out the entire contents of both of the boxes. Below are some photos of the amazing spread of beets, melon, tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplant and more… We were a very popular spot for about an hour, word travels fast when there’s amazing fresh vegetables for free.