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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Fair Day



Well, once again it is time for the Spokane Interstate Fair. Ever since the girls were a year old I have taken them to the fair. They love seeing all the animals and exhibits. This year was no exception. We had a wonderful time. This is my version of the fair and I am sure they have their own.

They always have an exhibit of how things were done in the "olden" days and Grandma always has fun explaining how things were done in those days. Granted at age 24 I do not remember all those things. Heck at my age I have never been close to an out house or seen what is in one. I loved the sign on the door. ( To read it you may have to click the picture).


So this is what you find in an outhouse???




The girls found Spokane's Miss Teenage Miss and had to have an autograph. Next year they will be able to run and I am sure they will both apply. After all they were the "cutest" girls at the fair.

And these were our favorite animals at the fair.
Well, they were until Kimberlei spotted the possums named after Grandma!!
kinda hard to see through the cage but it is really a possum.
and Grandma had to have this picture so she would know what a ferret looked like.


A couple of cute sunflowers I spotted!!
and the girls found a friend from the Washington State Patrol to hang out with.
Maybe we will grow up to be carpenters...we already have the aprons!!
No pictures of the food....it was gone before I remembered to take the picture. I do have one other picture and I will share that at a later date.


and a good time was had by all....."That's it For Today".



3 comments:

Jim and Dee said...

Thanks Jenny! That brings back memories!
Dee

FD5 said...

JJ, looks like y'all had a great time. Nothing like spending time with the family.

Stay Safe
John and Bridget

Joe and Sherri said...

OK you had a lot to write about and you did a good job. We were there with you and we enjoyed the day at the fair. Now how would we have had fun if you had not taken us along on this trip. See you are delivering a service and you must keep it up.

Joe and Sherri