I promise that is what the sale was actually called.
The spreadsheet was printed, studied and marked a bunch of early, mid, late season, heirloom, indeterminate, beefsteak, cherry, slicer, grape, and oxheart possibilities.
We were in line, with our basket, more than a half hour before the gates opened.
We spread out among the crazy crowd to find what we wanted, double checked that we didn't accidentally grab a variety that wasn't on our list ( which is a mistake I have made before when there are a million plants stuffed together), and we were one of the first people to the check out line.
Here's hoping for a prolific 2014 tomato crop.
We ended up with Sugar Baby, Aunt Ruby's German Cherry, Cabernet, Hawaiian Pineapple, Orange Strawberry, Frosted Green Doctors, Sweet Million, Garden Peach, Golden Grape, Cherokee Purple, and Honey Hybrid.