Shot of the DayAs Mr & Mrs Tootlepedal were away to a wool fair at Skipton I was charged with the duty of taking their entries to the show in the morning along with my own. After staging the entries I headed home for some breakfast with the intention of returning later in the morning. I also had lunch to prepare for Neil and the boys who were coming for an over night stay.
When I returned there were animals everywhere.
Tension was starting to build at the dog show
My work colleague Helen Woodhouse judging Ponies in Hand
I returned after lunch with Joe and Sandy to discover I had won the Transport section and came second in the Animal section
I was also delighted to discover Mrs Tootlepedal had done exceedingly well with her entry, not only winning her class but also winning a trophy for best handicraft exhibit and not forgetting Tootlepedal who received third prize in the transport section.
The terrier racing was attracting a bit interest.
The boys spotted bungee contraption and were eager to have a go.
We returned to the main ring to watch the tug o'war between two young farmers clubs.
Returning home is never a straight process with my grandchildren.
.......and every wall must be climbed
They are full on boys that light up my life.