Well, if you like looking at tractors, it was fine - plenty to look at!
Classic cars - apart from our Land Rovers, there were three!! A moggy, an old Ford, and a mini-van.
There were a few commercial vehicles lined up, one traction engine and probably about 25 stationary engines as well, but most of the showground was empty!
There weren't as many sellers/stalls as usual, but the big tool stalls were there.
We were told off on the Friday night for having an 'open fire' and had to put it out.
The H&S guy was adamant that it was in our terms and conditions of entry - it wasn't, I checked - no mention of fires at all, so I flagged him down and asked him to check. He never got back to us so we spent a cold evening huddled round a Tilly lamp before an early night.
We did light the firepit on the Saturday night, with windbreaks around up to hide it and had a good evening talking nonsense.
Next year's date has been moved forward a week, so will fall on bonfire weekend, and I think the feeling in our camp is that because of that, and the possibility of no fire, some of us might not bother going
Let's see what 2022 brings