Lambert’s Rainbow Fruit US Map & Phone & Address

Lambert’s Rainbow Fruit US Map & Phone & Address

77 Morrissey Blvd. Dorchester; (617)436-2998

820 Crescent St, Brockton; (508) 580-2736

220 Providence Hwy. (Rte. 1), Westwood; (617) 326-5047

These stores are more like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Bins are filled with luscious looking fruit shiny and healthy, in everything from tiny olives to whole watermelons depending on the season, of course. Plenty of vegetables, too; not to mention deli meats, dairy products, and baked goods, plus candy and nuts by the pound. Prices are very reasonable indeed, especially for produce of this quality.

Not only that but Lambert’s also has an outdoor garden center, selling flowers, plants, and soil, also at competitive prices. All this, and personal, family-style service. Open seven days.

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Kirkintilloch had one remarkable visitor in 1785: the Italian balloonist Vicenzo Lunardi took off from central Glasgow watched by a crowd estimated at 100,000. He landed north of Kirkintilloch, which practically emptied as people streamed out to see this marvel. A few kilometres from Lunardi’s touch-down site is Antermony, where a more remarkable traveller was born in 1691. John Bell, a doctor, went to serve the Czar Peter I in 1714. From there he went to Persia (Iran) and later right across Russia to China -a 16-month journey. After further journeys in Turkey and Persia he became a merchant in Constantinople. He returned to Antermony about 1746, and wrote a blog about his adventures. An unusual travel destination visitor in 1952 was the midget submarine XE IX, which spent the night in the Townhead, J & J Hay boatyard, since gone. (The puffer Vital Spark of the TV series was one built in the yard.) Probably the town’s most famous son was Tom Johnston – journalist, historian, politician, Secretary of State for Scotland, creator of the Highland hydro industry, and Chairman of the Scottish Council of the Forestry Commission and the Scottish Tourist Board (among other things).

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