As what is fast becoming tradition we attended the fair on opening day this week. There were friends, games and more. Katie rode rides without abandon, Mo not so much. All in all it was a pretty exhausting day.
I however, forgot the battery for my camera, which made it very difficult to take pictures for a piece I was supposed to be doing.
Because of this, we headed back the following day with the aim of completing my interviews, and seeing the (perhaps) calmer side of the fair.
Bonus: when you interview 4H kids, they bring their animals out of cages for your kids to pet.
I don't know how those kids keep those all white outfits clean.
All the kids I spoke with were delightful. You can see some of them here if you're interested.
The girls wanted to take a picture with Willie the horse.
This is as close as they would get. Future 4H girls, I fear they are not.
From the baby animals, geese and pig races to the fish and frogs in the aquariums, the day was really nice, and almost leisurely compared to the day before.
Perhaps the best part of the day was the live butterfly exhibit. You dipped q-tips into nectar, placed them under their feet and they would climb right on.