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Bountiful Baskets

I didn’t do a lot this weekend. Over the past two weeks I’ve put in a lot of overtime at work so it’s nice to have a few days off to do nothing. My Hunni recently heard about a service called Bountiful Baskets. Every two weeks you pay roughly $15 and are given a basket of fresh fruits and vegetables. You can pay an additional fee for loaves of bread or granola. The website explains it a little better “BBFC distributes produce baskets, organic produce baskets, artisan bread and sandwich bread every other week. BBFC is a group of people who work together for mutual benefit. This is a grassroots, all volunteer, no contracts, no catch co-operative. Since there are no employees at Bountiful Baskets, we as a group pay rock bottom prices on your food.”

carMy car was in the garage so we didn’t have to dig it out of the snow, yay!



You have to bring your own box to put the fruit and veg in.


The snow is piled up across the street. I hope it doesn’t topple over onto that car.dirtroad.jpg

The road we had to take to get our basket. It is a 2 lane road by the way.busses.jpg

We passed a few school bussestrees.jpg

and some trees.

This is a great solution if you’re on a budget and a good way to help out your community. What are your thoughts on Bountiful Baskets?