Saturday was really cool, and Mom & I decided that it would be the perfect time to go inside some of the buildings that are normally too hot. Little did we know we'd end up there on a record-setting day - most people attending ever in a single day, something like 234,000! It was ridiculously crowded, but we had a great time.
The Creative Arts building is one of my favorites, they have arts & crafts & winning food too. I loved this cake, it looked like a water marble inside:
These oils were so pretty, it was almost like an art display with the different colors & the different things inside the bottles:
I love to cross-stitch, although I don't do it very often, and there were soooo many awesome ones on display, here are a few of the really amazing ones:
And stained glass:
Did you know that fish hats:
Are apparently a big deal? This year someone knitted the biggest fish hat ever, and submitted it to the Guinness Book of World records even:
For food, I'll just stick with the things Mom & I ate that were different from the first day! Suffice to say there were lots of things to drink & yes of course cheese curds. But a new thing I tried & decided was my favorite thing to eat at the fair this year was potato tots on a stick, with bacon, cheese & other good stuff inside of them, yum:
French fried ravioli, which came in I think 3 flavors & 2 sauces, this is the spinach artichoke with meat sauce & these were also awesome. Not at all greasy & super tasty:
Another kind of weird thing, I only ate one - mom got deep fried smelt:
Hmm, these was some delicious mocha frozen custard, but we were apparently too busy eating it before it melted for me to take a pic! I also took home some jerky, and some nut rolls, that also missed their photo ops LOL. By the end of this trip I was even more tired than the first time - my shoes were not as comfortable & I think we did even more walking. But I'm glad we went =)
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