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Monday, 27 April 2009



My girls and I came up to the hills on Sunday for the Gembrook market. We rugged up as if we were going to the snow and bought fruit, bread and honey from the valiant stallholders braving the cold. It is disappointing when the weather lets you down, but if you persevere, you will have markets that exceed you expectations. Find a market that feels right for you and will develop a customer base over time. It took me a year of casual markets, but now I have return customers at almost every market.

Miss Dot

:-) I did a weekly market over winter last season, it was insane, I paid $35 to be there at 7am until 1pm, got wet and cold, put up with unappreciating customers and then packed up and went home, I sold 3 things I think for the whole season, I don't know what came over me? hahaha
don't feel too sorry, the others I did were fine. Your post just brought back memories.


Are you booking in for the next one at Flemington? Thats on my side of the city!

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