The Minnesota State Fair
It was crazy crowded
We saw the animals
Did a couple of rides, which the kids loved
And ate fried food to our hearts content: best corn dogs ever, fried cheese curds, fried snickers (I managed that one all by myself than you very much), gyros and greek fries, elk bugers, and malts from the dairy barn.
And so much fun.
It was an all day (exhausting) affair - but we'll be back next year!
As for Rochester, we've got our own fair worth bragging about:
The Mayo Fellows Fair
(for Mayo residents and their families).
And free! (Which the Minnesota State Fair definitely was not.)
It is seriously a blast - Paul had to work but the kids and I loved every minute of it.
Like the pizza, soda, snow cones, cotton candy, huge slide, bounce houses, remote control cars and airplanes, face painting, tattoos, magician, petting zoo, pony ride, wagon ride, and the simulated roller coaster.
I think that covers it.
Ended the summer with a bang.