World's Fair

Our local agricultural fair has always been known as "the World's Fair." It is in a beautiful setting, down in a little valley surrounded by rolling hills.

While there are rides and arcades, cotton candy and fried dough,
there are also plenty of local foods.

My favorite building is "Floral Hall" which features the vegetable people, canned goods, and pie contests.

There is always a costume parade.
Here are some Dartmouth sheep.

We stroll through the agricultural barns and dream of the day when we might keep bees and raise chickens. We enjoy the artwork and collections, often submitted by kids we know.

It isn't fall without a trip to the World's Fair.

Tammy  – (October 6, 2010 at 9:54 AM)  

LOL, I love the vegetable person!!! This looks like it was a lot of fun. :)

Anonymous –   – (October 6, 2010 at 7:49 PM)  

It's not like the old days at the tunbridge fair

Dawn  – (October 6, 2010 at 10:56 PM)  

I love those types of fairs. Definitely a great fall tradition.

Susan  – (October 7, 2010 at 8:36 PM)  

We went to a fair last weekend, too! It looks like your family had a wonderful day, as well.

Your new banner is EXQUISITE--did you or your girls make this Michaelmas needlefelt scene?

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