Maryclair Rigby of Rising River Farm of Rochester uses hot tea and propane to stay warm on Saturday while Susan Cutshall of Tacoma shops for parsnips at the Proctor Farmers Market.
Maryclair Rigby of Rising River Farm of Rochester uses hot tea and propane to stay warm on Saturday while Susan Cutshall of Tacoma shops for parsnips at the Proctor Farmers Market. Craig Sailor csailor@thenewstribune.com
Maryclair Rigby of Rising River Farm of Rochester uses hot tea and propane to stay warm on Saturday while Susan Cutshall of Tacoma shops for parsnips at the Proctor Farmers Market. Craig Sailor csailor@thenewstribune.com

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