Sunrise Today...

Even though the weather was forecasted rain and storms, a handful of enterprising marketeers turned up at the Russell island RSL loaded with goods and smiles to enjoy a days Trading

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The day was very hot and humid and all the stalls were in full sun.

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I was selling books, old movies and mosquito coil holders as well as Painted rocks, and also face-painting for children and anyone else who would like their face painted…

It was a beautiful day…with many bargains to be had for those who did come.

See you at the next market..last day of the month at Russell Island at the RSL Club…and you can also enjoy a $3 breakfast of bacon, eggs, sausage and hot coffee all served with a smile..

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