We wandered through the pavilion on arrival and checked out the craft, cooking, photography, painting and pot plants. It didn't take G long; I went back later for a more thorough look.
Another shed housed the fresh produce - herbs, veges and crops.
We spent quite a time at the fat cattle section, critiquing the entries and
I always enjoy wandering through the stud cattle section.
The sheep were impressive; no goats though.
This Belgian Blue has a butt like Kim K - well muscled and rounded.
The wood chopping event is a huge drawcard each year; without it I wonder if the show would struggle for numbers. It goes all day and is quite entertaining.
Foot placement is important!
It was hot and steamy most of the day. We came home on dusk.