What a lot to see at an agricultural show; people watching, dog watching, horses and cows, and this being Wensleydale, sheep, sheep, sheep, even one made out of cauliflower and mushrooms.
Himself makes a fresh thumb stick every year - nothing like as posh as any of these! He keeps his eye open for a suitable divided branch that isn't in need of any real shaping and he doesn't add a ferrule. He always walks with a stick because he says it's good for slashing at brambles and warding off stray dogs. I've also discovered that it's good for helping me to jump across streams, if he's at the other side holding it!
I wonder how my elderflower cordial would compare?
And the sloe gin looked good! (I read in the newspaper that it's a very good year for sloes because of all the summer rain.)
I consoled myself with the thought that they are so big that they might not taste very good.
because every one likes a love story.