It was an excellent day at Yungaburra market on Saturday. Perfect weather, picturesque market and happy people. Welcome to Colin & Oliver on holiday from the UK – specifically here to purchase more Opal mugs – they said. Yes - we remembered the 300 chickens. Not as amusing was a couple operating a conservation stall who let their diesel Landcruiser run for an hour while they packed up. We inhaled the fumes for half an hour after they left.
Port Douglas was also lively this week and we appreciate the water truck doing its morning run. National and international customers still scared witless of unloading their 'dirty laundry' at our airports to accommodate baggage weight restrictions. Tourism is not just about bums on seats and in beds. Scared to buy because they fly.
It's been a busy September with 16 fires in the pottery - see our market calendar. This brings our firings to date to 1030. Today we show you how to build a rubbish bin Raku Kiln & next week a post on loading your kiln.
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