We had no idea what else Edison had to offer, especially since it has a population of 133, but the tiny downtown core was northwesty adorable!
This was one of two bars in town, both of which were pretty popular for a Saturday morning.
A couple of storefront shops offered local produce and wares. Tweets was one of them, and it sounds like a pretty popular espresso joint.
Is it plum season already?
We didn't get a good shot of it, but Slough Food is also located in Edison. They have a rockin' selection of wines and cheeses, featuring Gothberg Farms goat cheese. Yummy stuff.
Per the directions of one of ladies at Breafarm, we wandered down the road to the Farm to Market Bakery. Does that name sound familiar? Hey, I remember Farm to Market Road!!
Was it worth heading out to Edison? Darn tootin'! Just look at that hefty cinnamon roll from the folks at the Farm to Market Bakery. The icing was to die for, and I'm pretty sure I got stabbed by that fork when I fought Aimee for the last bite.
Skagit County has a lot to offer, so if you're in the area, spend some time with the locals.