Bush mar­ket fun

Myrtleford Times - - Front Page - BY TATE SPITERI

THE AN­NUAL Myrtleford Bush Mar­ket was again hotly par­tic­i­pated in last Fri­day.

Tourists and lo­cals from across Aus­tralia and the world wan­dered through the day mar­kets, as mu­sic played and the sun shined.

The mar­ket is a ma­jor draw­card for re­gional visi­tors, who again flocked to the town for the first Fri­day of Jan­uary.

The mar­kets were par­tic­u­larly busy early as shop­pers beat the rush and af­ter­noon sun that tipped tem­per­a­tures above 40 de­grees.

Icy drinks and foods were par­tic­u­larly pop­u­lar on the day.

SNO W CO NE:So­phie and Lily Da­ley ofSouth Gipp­s­land were am ong the m any to pur­chase a Snow Cone atthe scorch­ing M yrtle­ford Bush M ar­kets.

HANDY ACCESSO RY:Gina and Ash Sm ith were sure to pur­chase two ‘CoolTow els’dur­ing the scorch­ing day in M yrtle­ford on Fri­day.An­drew Co­lautti(in the back­ground)has trav­elled from Van­u­atu to sell­the tow els atthe pasttwo M yrtle­ford Bush M ar­kets.

DIF­FER­ENT:A fam il­iarset­ting had a dif­fer­entm ar­ket­fee­laboutitin M yrtle­ford on Fri­day.

FO REIGN GOODS:Span­ish GraterPlates were am ong the m any for­eign item s up for­sale atthe M yrtle­ford Bush M ar­kets.

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