There is a glare due to fluorescent
lights but a Grand Opening event,
~ April 13 – -April 17, 2016 ~
Red ribbon cutting and samples
of natural foods, meats and pies.
Homemade oatmeal bread,
Salted caramel or Buckeye bars,
Caramel “turtles” with pecan “feet,”
Bacon chocolate chip cookies,
Tallow homemade candles,
Frozen homemade ham loaves,
Frozen homemade meat loaves,
(Instructions on baking included)
Grain and grass fed beef,
Grain fed pork and bacon
with other choices to buy.
Under my brother’s mural,
notice barn siding countertop,
with linseed oil rubbed into
the grainy, worm-holed wood.
Bluescreek Farm Market has been
for 30 years a “staple” or booth
manned by this farming family,
in the North Market. Their meats
became popular and parking crowded,
loyal customers declared they would
drive to this brand new location of,
“Bluescreek Meat Market and More!”
My brother took a couple of weeks
to paint two walls in this room
and another smaller mural
~ cows in pasture ~
over refrigerated case of meats.
Bluescreek Farm has been around
for generations in Marysville, Ohio.
Randy D. Oldrieve was commissioned,
given numerous family and friends’
photographs to place in the two walled
murals. The boy climbing the tree,
the boy holding beloved cat,
the timeline goes from
right to left.
Horse drawn buggy with lettering
of the farm traveled to customers
with fresh meats, fish and produce.
There is portrait of grandparents.
Later, the blue van with refrigerated
storage went up and down
country roads to serve.
Driver is owner’s Dad.
A white van with all the
modern conveniences is
driven by family member,
Jamie in red shirt and glasses.
Young mother and most motivated
You’ll see this and much more.
As guests Thursday evening, we
were regaled with family stories,
humorous pranks and tales.
Jamie is who hired my brother to
paint the family portraits in time
for the “soft opening” on 13th.
The cows are in their own mural
over the meat counter, with the
artist posing in next photograph.
X x x x X x x x X
Proud big sister of artist didn’t
take the best photos, but just
wanted to say this market place
is located on Ste Rte. 42,
300 yards from Rte. 736.
There are a few more
painted parts of murals
to share. No need to
comment on all.
If you live in
for a drive
Try free samples!