Saturday, 22 August 2009

Gargrave Show.

For once we were in the right place at the right time,today was Gargrave Show. After breakfast we walked into the village and asked directions to the show which was held in the grounds of Eshton Hall. If we'd have asked the night before we could have walked down the canal two locks then turned right up to the show ground,saving ourselves a walk to the village.The show had all the usual attractions of a agricultural show,cattle Heavy horses,Vintage Tractors and Cars,plus Falconry,fancy dress for the children and craft stalls and Refreshments. The weather stayed warm and sunny,we had a very nice day out.Unfortunately we have no photo's from the show as I forgot to take the camera. Gargrave it's self is a lovely village spoilt only by the A65 running through it. It's history goes right back to the Roman occupation. British Waterways allow us 72hrs at the mooring which are very picturesque with the hills in the back ground.

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