We started out walking by all the vendors, ooohhing and ahhhing over hot tubs (me), snowmobiles and 4-wheelers (Austin and Connor), mini back massagers (Dustin) and construction equipment (Noah). Then we hit the food trail. Oh how we reveled. We paid so much for food we probably could have fed a small African country for a week. There were tamales, cheese curds, pizza and tacos followed by cotton candy, ice cream, a rootbeer float and a carmel apple. No one walked away hungry or unsugared.
Of course rides had to be ridden.....and for your enjoyment I have included pictures :)
No one puked! Although I came dangerously close on the carousel as it was whipping around at 0.2 miles per hour.
Finally we toured the barns. The kids were not impressed with the quilts or the artwork, but had a blast checking out all the animals. They had fun petting lambs, goats, cows and bunnies. They got to see baby chicks hatching and turkeys gobbling. I believe Noah summed up the day best when he told a rooster who had just cock-a-doodle-doo'd, "Chicken, that was AMAZING!!"