It’s State Fair season, y’all! We had a hoot and holler of a good time at our inaugural Colorado visit. It was a bit different from our years in Oregon, with much more interest in horses than the livestock we came to expect. That said, it may have been our timing, too, with the other events a bit earlier? We will see how going on the first weekend changes what we see next year.
How about that zippy pheasant in the first photo? What artistry in nature. Despite the roosters and giant turkey posing for my benefit, my favorite, no surprise, has to be the not-so-bird-brained and game for anything hubster!
This horse was a right charmer, flashing its teeth at me until I raised my camera and everything turned serious.
A first time for everything…
I have ridden a horse twice in my life, with no intention of adding to that number, but what a marvel to witness the ease and love between handler and animal.
My favorite photo of the day! A beautiful woman. A beautiful horse.
Sweet Donkey with what looked to me like a spill of fresh ink.
This miniature horse, aptly named Lucifer, was not people friendly, with posters warning of his propensity to bite!
Such interesting categories at the fair – miniature houses! The child in me squeed in excitement…
Always happy to see fine quilts on display!
The pig race emcee was a master of his craft, telling every kid-friendly swine joke and generally keeping everyone in stitches. And the pigs – adorable!
Funnel cake, because it’s not a full fair experience without some deep fried indulgence.
Until next year!