I will be back on the Sunshine Coast on Saturday 2nd October, with a stall at the Eumundi Markets. I love the vibe of the markets. Last time I was opposite a lovely guy who made cutting boards in his own workshop, from timber sourced and milled himself. It was a lovely piece of work, with strips of silky oak and black oak. It really appealed to me, as I used to live in Canada, where there were a lot of Black Oak trees. And of course the beautiful floral displays of the Silky Oak are wonderfully uplifting in South East Queensland in late winter and early spring! So it held some personal meaning for me, being quite attuned to tree spirits, as well as being a lovely piece of timber. It was almost a shame to use it for cutting stuff! Anyway, come and have a reading, and then enjoy yourself at the awesome Eumundi Markets! I will be next to the old CWA hall, right by Memorial Drive. If you’re not sure how to get there, check their website!