July 9, 2016 · 3:21 pm
I love my local agricultural show! I’ve been going to it for donkeys’ years, and the only change is that I now pay a little more to belong to the farmers’ club that run it, so I get access to a nice shady (or sheltering) marquee, and some decent loos.
Here are the highlights as I saw it of this year’s show. If you click on one, you get a slide show.
A remote controlled Thames barge!
Love those High Mediaeval jesses on this peregrine.
Leicesters have the most wonderful rasta wool.
This sheep had had enough
How many teenage girls does it take to wrestle a sheep into the ring? 😀
What a beauty.
Look at the depth of this wool!
I have a headache…
This beagle is having its ear bent by the pub puppy!
Beam me up…
Excellent floral toolboxes 😀
There’s something very interesting going on in the goat pen
Wow, these things are ugly. Pidgeon.
Plastic sheep and a piglet! WHY?!
A tent full of engrossed children. Well done, that storyteller!
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