Some of you, who shall remain nameless, still need to be reminded to click on the photo for larger view. How many times do I have to tell you that? You know who you area. Ahem.
Also known as the cream puff. Mmmm mmm good.
Mooch and Jake on the Herb Kohl's Cow
Flavored milk for 25 cents. After moving here from San Diego, I couldn't understand why so many people wait in line for MILK. Now, it's a traditon and I must say, the root beer flavor rocks.
At 25 cents a cup, you can get TWO flavors. Or three, four... as some milk crazed cheesheads do. Mooch likes Cherry Vanilla and Chocolate.
This was the year of dysfunctional animals.
Roosters with anger management issues
Stoner Rabbits- Here its eyes are actually sort of open. I was tempted to buy it some doritos and twinkies.
Over eaters anonymous rabbits- it wouldn't stop eating
OCD Bunny- This little thing kept washing its paws over, and over, and over, and over
I guess I would be too if I was sitting in a pile of my own crap.
Here are Mooch and Jake, doing what they do best, contracting germs
Jake feeding the fence
A Friendly goat. I think it wants to be discovered and grace the cover of a farm magazine. I don't know if it was trying to smile at me or possibly eat my camera.
Goat pillows. I wonder now, how do they decide who gets to be the pillow? What about the other goat? It has to sleep with its head in the air while the other one lays on its ass?
Jake finally gets his elephant ear. He
Richard seemed grumpy, yet he kept saying I seemed grumpy. I actually wanted to leave him at the fair and take home a farm animal instead. Mooch had her moody moments and I just keep thinking it felt odd with only half the kids with us. Then my camera started acting up and I couldn't take street shots of the fair goers. The full set is here.
The 2005 State Fair is gone, but for now I love you drooling with the famous cream puff.