We spent the day in Ballarat today, which is our nearest 'big town', about 40 minutes away. En route we spied an RSL car boot sale in progress in Creswick. I found this lovely old tray, which I am quite taken with, and a big box of children's books. The linens aren't from today, I found these at the Anglican trash n' treasure a couple of weeks ago.
Once in Ballarat we went to a great cafe called 'Eclectic Tastes'. My friend told me about this place recently, she said I'd love it and she was right. It is an old milk bar, completely fitted out from op shops in a very eclectic way.
The decor is full of lovely little touches, like the chair backs made from old granny blankets and aprons, and the menus - made from vintage Golden Books!
Afterwards we met up with friends and went to see Scooby Doo Stage Fright, a live version of the cartoons, at Her Majesty's Theatre. We all loved it, it was so faithful to the original old Scooby Doo, and quite hilarious to watch. Then we all went for a pizza at Eureka, a big table full of hungry people, and then home, home, home, quite exhausted! But I'm not resting too long, off to a party tonight. I do love a busy Saturday.