The last few hotels we have stayed in, have had the cutest little kitchens. Fully equipped and ready to cook. If I didn't have so much 'stuff' in my kitchen, this is the size of kitchen I'd love.
I hope that you all will forgive today's post. I took lots of pictures and the pictures tell a story. So if you don't like looking at pictures...skip this post!
He thought this little closet would make a fun bedroom for himself.
After our swim in the hotel pool on Saturday we drove down the road to the antique mall and spent a relaxing hour browsing the merchandize.
We took a drive through the country after dinner and found this church and had a chuckle over their sign.
Back to the hotel to watch a movie before bed.
After a great breakfast waffle breakfast in the hotel Sunday morning, we headed off to the fair.
We watched the cattle showmanship competition.
I love this one...it had such pretty eyes. It was a bit excited to be in the show ring as well, so it kept kicking up it's heels, it's eyes reflected its excitement.
A goat pillow.
This big goat loved to be petted and paid attention to. It was watching two women talking off to the right. Its eyes would watch whomever walked by.
Getting licked by a miniature goat.
I enjoyed the small animal barn. We saw some amazing geese, ducks, chickens and rabbits.
I loved all the spots!
"Hey! Where did they all go? Guys? Hello?"
Beautiful color on this little bunny.
This was my husbands favorite part. He even brought home a brochure for this tractor. Now we just need a place to put a tractor such as this!
Leaning how to spin his own wool. After the demonstration, he said he wanted his own spinning wheel. He was going to learn how to knit his own clothes after he spun hair from Banjo our dog.
Fair food. Yes, this was mine. Tasty!!
My favorite event was the fiddle competition. These brothers won first place for their age category. We found out later, that they are all homeschooled!
This little man on the right was only 5 years old. He was adorable! I believe he was second place winner.
This was #2 son's first experience with a mime. He wasn't sure what was going on. He was very reluctant to get closer to the mime. I was crying from laughing so hard at my son. Later he asked if the guy was 'real' or fake. He thought it was a robot!
Fun house mirror maze.
The ferris wheel with Mom and Dad. He is afraid of heights, so he was petrified.
Fishing for a prize.
Almost done. We are fair-ed out by this time. Eating one last snack and then heading back to the hotel.
Sunset over the corn field.
Have a great week! Hope you enjoyed the trip to the fair with us