These are the last of the pics from the State Fair.
I was in the food building and saw this little honey pie in line. I rushed over and said "Are you somebody famous? Can I take your picture?" She giggled.
She didn't think she was somebody famous yet, but let me take her picture anyway. There is a stand on the fair grounds named "Fair Hair". It is a charity booth and girls can get this done to their hair for the paltry sum of $15! There were a ton of little girls running around like this. At least it was for a good cause.
One wing of the agricultural building features a different flower group each day. I was lucky enough to be there the day they did my favorite flower.
There were a few sunglasses to choose from here. All overly priced of course. After all, it is the fair!
This display impressed me to no end. It was outside the Energy Building. It is so big I could not get it all framed in this picture. Do you know what it is?
It's one propeller from a wind generator. I have driven past fields of these both here in Mexico and in Colorado. I never guessed how huge they really are.
Ready for this. Another Minnesota institution. It is seed art. Mostly they are tacky renditions of celebrities and the like. I thought this one was really cool.
Mexican influence in Minnesota! And I don't think Smeltzer is a Mexican name either.
Minnesota's largest pumpkin!
D and S are two of my best friends NOB. It didn't really take much talking to get me to go on some Midway Rides. I'll go on any ride once. Twice if it really scares the crap out of me. First up was this thing.