Pegs and Lucky Heather

I went to the Gipsy Fair in Pukekohe.  I must admit a bit disappointing as not very busy.  It was a bit like the moon, no atmosphere.  I think had the live music been live and there had been a few more ‘’Gipsy Waggons’’ and people then I am sure it would have been great.

There were about 20 busses of all sorts there selling things like leatherwork, semi-precious stones, and wooden toys and the palmist and the Tarot card readers and tattoo artists where there.  In all the standard of workmanship was very good if a little expensive.

We didn’t stay long, about an hour and bought nothing other than a cup of coffee and the boys bought some super clear quarts which I suggested might be glass.

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DunK

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