There were lots of cages of birds, everything from tiny quail to large turkeys, even some mallard!
We didn't buy anything from the auction, I was under strict orders to keep my hands in my pockets, but we did stock up on fruit and veg. It was unbelievably cheap. A lot of the non-food stall holders were complaining that there was still no money about and nobody was buying anything. One stall selling coats had Trespass waterproof ski jackets at real knock-down prices and I got myself a nice bargain. Earlier in the year I bought some new waterproof pants which I stowed away in a safe place till winter.....so safe that I now can't remember where I put them so later today I need to raid the cupboards under the beds. If I don't blog for a few days you'll know I've been sucked into the black hole that lurks down there.
After lunch we set off again on our journey.
It was a bit windy but very bright and sunny and we enjoyed a pleasant afternoon cruise through Gailey to moor in the middle of nowhere just before Coven.