Last weekend, I finally went inside the post office for the first time since I moved here. I couldn’t believe what it looked like inside, outside it’s obviously beautiful, but stepping inside I felt like I was stepping into Grand Central Terminal!
Although we stayed up in Rodney Bay we took a taxi to the Port of Castries where the markets are and cruise ships pull in to dock. In the center of this crowded city is this beautiful church- Cathedral Basilica Of Immaculate Conception.
It is the largest church in the Carribean measuring 200×100 feet wide.
Seems like a lot of my old Magnolia buddies are missing their “home”.
Proud Papa Jeremiah Nicastro sends in this pic-
|Bob Marshall and his family have a long history of farming on the North Shore of Massachusetts. Their Farm Stand in Gloucester has long been a destination for fresh vegetables & fruits and locally made foods.
Bob saw an opportunity to bring these same fresh flavors to the Fenway community in Boston. As the seasons unfold, Marshall’s Fenway will deliver the flavors of just-picked produce in addition to offering selections of prepared foods, meats & dairy that are created in small batches by local purveyors. During the winter months, the fresh produce will be carefully picked to offer the highest quality available on the market.
When you stop in, make sure to say hello to Bob and if you would like to visit the Gloucester Farm Stand during the season, click here for more information.