While I was setting up my table that morning Milton wandered around Main Street and came across Greenville's Farmer's Market. Greenville is such a beautiful city and their Main Street is so active and vibrant. Milton and I have been discussing it while fawning over the photos a lot lately and would both really love to relocate there. Greenville might be conservative in many ways, but their city truly seems to be innovative and forward thinking. Ever since coming back to Columbia after this trip it's been a little depressing and I've realized just how unhappy and dissatisfied we are here. I'm not really the type who likes to sit around and complain about being unhappy some place and would rather just take action and move, but it's really not in the budget for us right now. Once we get things together, that is if we ever do (sometimes it seems like there's no way out of this financial despair), then moving along will be at the top of our list.
This was the longest day of Indie Craft Parade. We ate cheaply for the entirety of the trip (getting full off of free Comfort Inn breakfasts mostly), but treated ourselves to one nice dinner out while we were there. The restaurant of choice was Chicora Alley. We started off with a salsa sampler then I ordered the vegan burrito which was stuffed with eggplant and plantains and spinach and other things while M went with a quesadilla of some sorts. So good.