Our friend Harry Spaniel had been telling us all about it for months and months and we had been getting really excited. Harry told us there would be stalls, a dog show, food and music ... What more could a dog ask for?
and wandered over to the stalls.
|Drum and Chewy looking very happy |
with the goings on in their field
|Harry with his mum and the 2 judges at Woofstockuk|
We had a chat to some the stall holders, played some tombolla and did a spot of shopping whilst we awaited the dog show! I scored a new blanket bed, some kibbles, some natures diet,TWO new leads, and some dried liver and wabbit luggs. The hoomans had some coffee and cakes and tried some chilli and chutneys from one the stalls; then we registered to enter the dog show. I entered two classes ; best pedigree and best veteran, but the judges didn't think I was good enough to get a ribbon (They were quite nice hoomans though i suppose).
After that the music part of the day started so we wandered over to the other part the field to sit and listen to it! There was more food and some cider and other drinks to be had in to the evening and there was about 5 or 6 music acts performing lots of different types of music and songs and a very odd hooman talking and playing harmonica (apparently he was on " the voice" on TV or something!)
Great article! I must say I thoroughly enjoyed my day. Judging these dogs was a great privilege and I felt awful for the ones I didn't get a chance to award! All in all great day and met some of the loveliest people there. It's nice to meet like minded people that care about animal welfare. I look forward to coming along next year!ReplyDelete
That is so cool! What a fab event.ReplyDelete
ps great to head from you