On Sunday afternoon, the aisles once again were crowded.
The American Chesapeake Club Supported Entry once again used the familiar brown on gold felt shields for each entry with the individual name signs.
The Associated Obedience Clubs of Northern California (AOCNC) once again had its booth in the usual lower hall location.
Breed rescue, information or combination booths were scattered on the perimeters. The Northern California Weimaraner Rescue had a really big display.
The Newfoundland Club of Northern California had an even bigger setup.
Back at the benches, this compact display board at the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever bench packed a lot in a small, accessible space and easily portable, too.
The Irish Water Spaniel bench made dramatic use of this breed-themed throw.
Tired spectators left with bags of purchases and so much more that the demonstrators faded into the winter sunlight, unnoticed.