I had a great day full of surprises. It was the third Sat. of the month, Murphys creek market opened with music on. Local mandarin Honey Mercot was $3 a bucket, which has an intense flavor. Two types f mandarin were selling, another is pear shaped, named Imperia, sweeter but I prefer the first one.
I was told Camphor Myrtle is a pest in Australia. I always saw small white flowers in the mountain, which reminded me of Manuka. Walked up and down to the Highfields waterfall today, there I found the so called Camphor Myrtle again.
A local couple worked together to make handmade wood pens, bowls, boxes, hanging crafts.
the 5-in-1 herb smells great.
The next stop is Spring Bluff. Walked up the hill, our friend, a former World Taiji Champion performed the Chen style Taiji. On lower platform, people were having BBQ party. Poppy flowers started to work their way to greet Spring.