Utes of all manufacture, size, colour and model were on display at the Show and Shine, Deni Ute Muster. From vintage to utes that were two-packed and shined till they glowed. Parked next to each other in the muster paddock they were a favourite with the crowd of over 15,000 fans who attended the two days.
With different sections, according to engine size and two at a time the time trials were a test of skill and daring. The fastest time had to be achieved by being able to stop within a few metres of the finish line. WOW!!
The paddock where the circle work competition was held was covered in a cloud of dust. But you could hear the roar of the engines for miles, together with the cheers of the crowds, obviously there was plenty of excitement. Needless to say, I stayed away, I preferred to stay clean for the day.
The wood chopping competition, showed off a different set of skills and with the axes of the competitors razor sharp, there was no room for error.
Both evenings we were entertained by non-stop country music, with plenty of Aussie music stars to choose from