Blue Hill Fair
All’s fair at the Blue Hill Fair
Up and over
Toby the dog clears a jump of almost four feet.
Blue Hill Fair winners
M. Gross, of Penobscot, was a blue ribbon winner for a crocheted afghan, while the Castine Grange took first place for its exhibit.
Blue ribbon winner
The exhibition hall shelves of vegetables and fruits were a riot of color and a demonstration of local green thumbs, like this 1st place blue ribbon winner, above.
The ferris wheel at the Blue Hill Fair.
Passengers in the Skydiver wave to those below.
Driver James Wootten of Blue Hill, at bottom, finds himself in a precarious position as a contestant in the Demolition Derby at this year’s Blue Hill Fair. Later another car helped to dislodge the two.
Sheep obey their sheepdog as best they can during the Blue Hill Sheepdog Trials, a display of the dog’s training and herding ability.
In praise of lime fizz
Enjoying Boop’s Lime Fizz, a fair special, on the Grandstand are, from left, Peter Beerits of Deer Isle, Bob Burke, of Brooklin, and David Baily of Brooklin and Arkansas.