|there is my stand with my vegies carrots and brocholi straight from the farmers and a cake from the lady that made it.|
|Colo Vale Train Station|
and Dunollie Fresh farm bok choy, onions and lettuce.
Joe from Seacombe Fine Wood Products was there with his hand made wooden products.
Michelle "the Mad Goat lady". www.togagoatfarm.com handmade goats milk body products colour & perfume free, all from the goats on her property. She knits little baby suits and toy animals her products are fantastic as one her customers told me.
The local realestate Ian Cameron from Cameron Real Estate who prints out the "Colo Vale News" full of all the happenings in Colo Vale popped in for a visit and a chat about the area, how safe it is, some of the properties in the area can fetch over a million dollars. This little village is a beautiful place and the market was lovely Kathleen is a wonder manger who made us feel she was more like a host, providing coffee and tea for the stall holders from the kitchen in the hall there were tables and chairs for patrons to stop a moment and relax.
On a serious note Kathleen had a grandson Cameron who lost his battle with cancer at the age of 9 she wrote, illistrated and published a book called Cameron's Garden what a truely lovely lady she is.
This market is not a market I would make a special trip for but I would definately put it on my list if you were heading to the southern highlands on an outing. The market is held on the fourth Saturday of each month in Railway Parade the stall was $20 but I would pay that, to just sit and watch Kathleen buzz around.