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July 11, 2009

Sweet Nothings Cotton Candy & Little Shovels Popsicles

Filed under: Bellingham local,local,Pacific Northwest — Bellinghamster @ 9:59 pm

Sweet little treats. I love them. 2 new vendors this year at the Bellingham Farmer’s Market:

Sweet Nothings 100% all natural cotton candy has a Saturday booth. Mother daughter pair Stefanie Weis and Teresa Thompson make their cotton candy with organic cane sugar and organic maple syrup. SWEET. My 3 kids couldn’t finish a bag. Leftovers for me?

Little Shovels’ Rex Hall and Colette McNabb make sweet refreshing all natural popsicles. They serve more than a dozen different flavors from a shiny white and red, wheeled umbrella cart. I ate a cucumber chili lime popsicle and was so happy and satisfied, I passed on all other market foods. I know, unbelievable. Later that same evening, we saw Rex walking along pushing the popsicle cart around downtown. We had had a hot beach day in Bellingham, so it was a good night for a popsicle vendor to be out and about.


  1. Glad you enjoyed the popsicles. We have plenty of surprises still yet to come. hmmm…

    Comment by Rex Hall — July 13, 2009 @ 10:20 pm

  2. Where is your shop? We looked up and down Holly (the Herald article said 202 E.Holly was your address. But it is not – the pictures on the website give Railroad as the street, but no number. Do you have a telephone # or website??? We will stop in if we know where you are….

    Comment by L.Kritz — August 2, 2009 @ 12:50 pm

  3. I had my first Little Shovels popsicle this week (8/1) at the Bellingham Farmers Market — sour orange, delicious!! The flavors are varied and appealing, the popsicles last a long time (even on a hot day), and I’m going to save the wooden sticks to use as plant markers in my garden.

    Comment by Cynthia St. Clair — August 2, 2009 @ 9:05 pm

  4. @ L. Kritz
    COB lists the address as 202 E Holly St #116. I have not taken the time to scout it out. However, they are always at the Saturday Farmer’s Market.

    Comment by Bellinghamster — August 2, 2009 @ 9:44 pm

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