And if you haven't filled your stomach, you might take in one or two of the rides.
For some reason, when I was a kid I could handle the "scarier" rides but I was terrified of the ferris wheel.
Leaving the midway behind there is the requisite display of farm machinery and if you're so inclined . . a hayride.
Moving inside the main building I was confronted by a massive model train layout.
Very impressive with layouts of different cities around the country and even Mount Rushmore. One of the modelers told me the trains were N guage, which may be the tiniest. The tracks appeared to be no more than half an inch apart.
And some by older crafters, including this beautiful quilt.
I also spent a lot of time viewing a photography exhibit. Lots of fine work but it didn't seem right for me to photograph someone else's photographs so you'll have to go see them for yourselves.
Besides, I had animals to see. First a sheep who was more interested in his neighbors than me.
But one of his mates was less bored and showed me his beautiful turquoise eyes.
A big white turkey ruffled up his tailfeathers when I took his photo. He may have heard about those turkey legs being grilled, sold and eaten out on the midway!
I'm not sure what this strange apparition was. It was in with the chickens so it was some type of fowl. A woman standing alongside me said "You can't tell which end is which!"
My favorites are the bunnies and there are many at the fair. This big thumper probably is more rabbit than bunny but he was beautiful.
The soft fur begs to be petted but signs everywhere warn people not to stick their fingers in the cages. So I didn't.
There's much more to see but my old legs grew tired so I reluctantly left for home.