Wow, another Summer Street Fair has been and gone. I have that aching footed, stiff kneed exhaustion which comes from 3 big days of craft and people. We had a great time, sold heaps of our work, and met lots of new people. I hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did.
There are lots of great photos on the Facebook page, if you missed out this year, look out for us next year. You can catch up with the exhibitors through the page too.
Lots of my fish drawings, jewellery, and other vintage frippery found new homes, enabling me to see the floor in the lounge room for the first time in ages. Most has been tucked away but I will be listing on Etsy again when I've had a little rest.
In the packing away I did notice that the suitcase stack in the sitting room is now so tall that I can't lift a suitcase over my head to the top without serious health and safety risk.
To celebrate our success, a couple of us hit the garage sales, car boot sale and Boatshed Markets. To celebrate, I had the freshest of oysters for lunch, and I have some baby asparagus, picked this morning, for tomorrow. And the cherries - oh, the cherries. Spectacular!
One of the highlights of the time was our dinner at Joop Thai in Albany on Thursday after opening night. Its brilliant to go into a local restaurant without a reservation at 9 pm and be welcomed with a smile and reassured that the kitchen is still open!! Thanks guys, and the food and service were, as always, great.