The fair is generally so much more fun for kids and I can totally see why. Rides, games, lights, food, people, staying up past your bedtime... what's not to love? Manfriend and I went with my good friend and her nieces and nephew (abso adorbs) and I really think I enjoyed the fair that much more because they were there, and really, had the time of their lives. We met up with some other friends, who I say were more fun in the "grown up" ride department... in that they were tall enough to ride, HA! All in all a great day with great friends fo sho.
|Fried Dough was our first stop- Sugar Up, Kids|
It was a combination of the great weather, the smells and sounds of the fair and good company that made this such a fab day! Also a shout out to the girls in the bathroom who kept that place a smooth running machine of efficiency.
|This was thrilling-mostly because it felt a little unsafe|
|They all agreed that this was the "BEST"|
Running joke of the day was that every time we would walk by the farm animals, we would talk about the smell. "Who didn't take a shower today?" and make one of the kids go "NU-UH"!
|Abso HUGE pumpkin, next to Abso HUGE onions|
And the biggest moment of the night??? That's right... the fried Oreos.
|I did not partake but the menfolk did|
I am pretty happy to have gotten one of my "to-do's" checked off the list but I am thinking, I'll end up adding more as time goes on. Manfriend hates when I say we are boring, because we definitely aren't.
1. Climb Mt. Monadnok
2. Holiday trip to Yankee Candle
3. Portland, ME weekend
4. Touring Newport RI
5. Great Barrington Farmer's Market
6. King Richard's Fair
8. New England Sports Games
10. Chipmunks Adventure Stylie Hot Air Ballon Ride
11. Duck Tour