A glorious misty morning blogging from Mareeba this morning...
...from our little cabin at the Granite Gorge.
Just wanted to share the moments I have snatched for making stuff on our travels. Testing out these shower cloths that I made from organic cotton.
They are brilliant.
They dry quickly, soft on your skin.
Hubby even loves them!
Perfect with the last of my lavender handmade soap!
Something I don't usually do is advertise products on my blog, but I just have to share my positive shampoo experiences.
For many years I have always bought expensive shampoos and conditioners for my hair. Not necessary now as I have found an organic alternative and it is made in Australia. Being a bit sceptical at first I was impressed when the hairdresser asked me which shampoo I had been using as my hair had no residue in it and was really clean. First time ever!
I just told her I was using an organic shampoo and I didn't have the heart to tell her it was under $5 per bottle!
Even the container is made from corn husks! The product contains no nasties and I am very happy with it. It is always on the bottom shelf at the supermarket.
Yes...you can buy it at the supermarket.
Travelling around I always take some sort of floral. Yep! I take real china and even though we have travelled over 5,500 kms on corrugated and extremely rough gravel roads on this trip, my Cath Kidston mugs are still in tact.
I stuff them with wool that I am supposed to be crocheting with and then they are nestled in a drawstring bag surrounded with other soft balls of wall.
Honestly, it has been far too hot up here for too much crocheting business.
However, in the interests of my new pink mobile phone, some sort of soft case was inevitable. This is perfect and was quick to make. It is a firm fit and protects it from being thrown around in my bag.