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Sunday, August 3, 2014

Summer Round-Up: Part One



OK, OK, Summer is not over and yet with the start of school looming in mid-August, it may be time to start reminiscing about it anyway.

It's been a great one!

Let's go ALLLLLL the way back to Friday when B and I went to the fair!


We dropped in on the horse and carriage competition.  Very elegant!



We visited the very happy ducks.



Even the large wooden cobs of corn were thrilled to be there and invited us to eat their kin.  (We did!)



Here we have B enjoying a large cone while learning about the digestive system of a chicken.



These goats were happy to have each other for company.  Awwwww....



This guy tried to eat my camera bag.  (I couldn't really blame him.  It did look good!)

I love our county fair!



9 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

The shot of the ducks is awesome. Sometimes county fairs are better than state fairs.

Catherine said...

Looks like you have been a busy girl too over the summer! We have to enjoy it while we can!
Happy August my friend!
xo Catherine

Slamdunk said...

We love our big fait visits. And the goats here have been known to chomp a few things--purses, hats, t-shirts, etc. Glad your camera bag survived, Betty.

Ann said...

I've always enjoyed fair time. It's the same thing every year but I never get tired of it. Love the goat pictures

Daisy said...

Looks like a fun time. Very sweet pictures of the goats. :)

Gigi said...

It looks like you had a great time!! Too bad I can't convince either of my guys what a good time can be had at the fair.

Alison said...

You can take the Betty out of Kansas (or is it Nebraska...dangit), but you can't eat your ice cream after it's been through a chicken's digestive system.

Yeah, think on *that*, why dontcha?

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Betty - so good to see you and B enjoying yourselves ... and I love those monkeys in the earlier post ..

Cheers and welcome to school once again .. enjoy the kids - cheers Hilary

Baby Sister said...

Looks like a lot of fun. The rubber duckies look so happy to see you!