I'm sure there are many out there who are on along a road and market fresh garden vegetables with a display from a stand. I have never tried this and not sure what the response would be. The situation here is that there is the major highway route 6 miles down the secondary highway where I am currently. Summer tourist traffic with a lot of fishermen and vacationers come through and casual advertising with locals by word of mouth could get them interested in buying if I planned a market garden idea. There are a few large growers already well known that function with farm gate selling of their garden produce. There is a nursery down the road who sell hothouse vegetables in season, but mostly their sales are at weekly farmer's market where they have a staff committed to go and do well there. I couldn't probably manage involvement at that level, but a roadside vegetable stand might work. My concern is whether it's feasable. I guess maybe just put up a stand and when available with stuff to sell and time to be there have a big 'OPEN' sign and hope for the best. What are your experiences with growing market gardens and setting up a site with a stand to sell direct this way to passing customers? The prospects of drawing people to your store if it is a 20 minute drive from the nearest sizeable town, and that a scattered local population might support a bit of what you sell. I think selling fresh eggs would be a draw for potential customers to have a 'look see' even if locals grow garden. What also is good to grow that your local population would not bother in their garden to grow and might want?