|fiber filled foods, ;)|
|Our 4H club's take on the fair theme. Goats driving, fiber flying out of popcorn containers in the back of a convertible. I love goat people.|
|Such a helpful goat.|
|Emma crocheted these tiny adorable hats. They just fit my needle felted koa dog, depicted below.|
|Various crafts. Eva's bobbin of yarn she spun at the fair, my crocheted owl, hand spun pygora skein, and needle felted koa dog.|
The following photos were taken with my cell phone. I couldn't resist. I think the best photo ops are at haul out time. If I ever get the chance to not help at haul out time, I will be taking picture, I am sure.
4 photos I didn't take are etched in my mind:
1) twin girls dressed in matching clothes riding on top of straw in a wheelbarrow.
2) one of the twins standing holding a rosette ribbon with a frenzy of work and wheelbarrows around them, and
3) four guys walking side by side, wielding leaf blowers, looking flame throwers or bazookas from some action movie.
4) one of the sheep 4H kids standing casually on the hub of their trailer, waiting for the animals to be loaded
|leaf blower army cleaning out the pygmy goat barn|
|the rest of the fair, which I never visited.|
|The arena where the kids showed, and the barn to the right where they spent most of the week|
|our rainbow of fleece forever needed to be fixed.|
|This is what I did all day the two days I was helping at the fair...spin! But I spun on my wheel!|
|One of the displays|