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Old 09-10-2017, 09:54 PM   #11
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Did any of the places sell spoons?
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Did any of the places sell spoons?
Now that you mention it , We did stroll into an antique market in Newport where they sold several full sets of silverware. The soup spoons did have potential, but not the exact ones that i like, so i kept walking

As for the farms themselves, all finger food samples ( I prefer using my fingers even over a spoon)
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I haven't seen a vampire for years now. One of the benefits of garlic.

Speaking of spoons, there is a company (or two) that makes utensils with engravings on them. They are pretty cool. I bought a silver plated fork for my son's lunch, so he wouldn't have to lose one of a set. It had xoxo printed on it. So he could remember his is loved.

You can pick out whatever engraving you prefer. Here is a cute one.


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