Artists market

Look what I have just stumbled across. Cedar Creek is an artists colony and today is their market day. Watch for more photos tonight.
I just had to share this with you all. The atmosphere here is laid-back, a singer in the background, kids running around.
The sort of unexpected find that keeps traveling so addictive.
Wonder what is around the next corner?

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  1. Have been enjoying your travels (and troubles lol) for a while now – just thought I’d pop in and say hello. We spend most winters up in that part of FNQ and love every (warm winter) minute of it.
    Take care
    Cathy

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  2. Looks fun!

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