I thought it was going to be an area of baby animals. Although there were a few, most of them were miniature varieties. Like this donkey.
But these are not ponies. They are miniature horses.
Some of the many babies in this pen.
One of my all time favorite babies. Baby goats. Kids if you will. They are playing on those little chairs one buys for toddlers.
Scattered throughout the grounds were other animals too. Just running loose.
This next stand selling goodies to the public won, hands down, my unofficial official award for tackiest items. See if you don't agree.
Need some new sunglasses? There must have been thousands of them on display throughout the Fair grounds.
Or a Lucha Libre mask? These are the masks worn by the "professional" wrestlers down here. A very popular item.
This next item is not what you may think it is. It is a purse for sale at the Winnie the Pooh booth. Although it does sum up my feelings for the picture that follows it.
Despite the fact that those full bowls reminded me of the outhouse at my Grandmother's cottage in the late '50's, they are actually different flavors of mole sauce. Google it.
Big butts are not uncommon here. Or anywhere for that matter. But they are almost celebrated here as objects of beauty. Look at how these mannequins are set up to display that feature.
And here's a shot of the games alley. Just like NOB, not much chance at winning a big prize at them. More of a chance at throwing away your hard earned pesos.
Every year, at every Fair I go to, there seems to be a prize of the year that everybody is offering. A large snake, a jumbo dog, a cuddly Penguin. Take a look at this year's most popular prize.
These things actually had the name Marlboro on them! No such things as copyright or franchise infringement here!
So tomorrow we will take a peek inside some of the buildings. You may be surprised at what we find!