The Tunbridge World Fair started in 1867 and is a typical country fair: vegetable and livestock contests (including strange and large vegetables and obedience and strength skills for animals), fair rides and food (think: fried and greasy), and my favorite part of all: PIG RACES!!! Although a bit cruel to the pigs, they were hilarious to watch and something entirely new for me. There were three heats and the pigs all had names like "Dustin Hogman" and "Oscar Meyer". The first two heats were decently paced and actually ran around the track, but the third consisted of pot-bellied pigs who liked to stop and eat along the 125 foot track. Fun times!
this cow was much bigger than the ones in India!
largest pumpkin at 635 pounds
some very long and strange shaped veggies
go little piggies, go!
no pig race is complete without the pot-bellied ones