Lunch was always going to be "show food" so we munched our way through dagwood dogs and chips. Mmmmmm! We both looked a real sight with tomato sauce from one end of our face to the other but boy they were good!
During lunch we realised that we had not seen the craft, cake, jam and relish exhibits that turned out to be just under where we were sitting in the grandstand so after lunch we headed there. It was great and apart from the fantastic exhibits there were lots of talented ladies demonstrating their crafts.
Our last thing to do was visit the farm animals display where the children are allowed to get in amongst the little animals. They were so cute. We watched the duckling slippery slide and thought how much fun the little ducklings appeared to be having until we realised that they didn't really intend slipping down the slide into the pond. There were enticed to get some feed from a tray at the top of the slide that was just out of reach meaning that they really did "slip" down the slide. Poor little things....
We finally started making our way back to the exit gate via the "Heritage Walk" where we tasted damper the was cooked over a fire in a camp oven. It was the best damper I had ever tasted. The lady that served it said the secret ingredient was powdered milk.
I had a great time and will go again next year with hubby who I'm sure will love it also.
|Miss Show Girl 2015|
|A colourful display at the entrance to the show|
|A glorious day to sit in the grandstand and take in the view|
|Just a few of the jams and relishes!|
|Cake decorating demonstration|
|Its hard to believe that these flowers are not real.|
|I loved the lacework demonstration.|
|The duckling slippery slide|
|Camp Oven Damper is delicious!|