I did it! It was AWESOME! Special thanks to my dear friends Jess R. and Meg for joining me on this culinary journey through the state fair. I am so lucky to have friends who are up for anything and always support me as I snap 1000000000 pictures for this blog. So, we really enjoyed the people watching, the varied food choices, and the giraffe! What did we eat? A turkey leg, corn on the cob, cotton candy, sweet tea slushie, fresh squeezed lemonade, fried dill pickles, fried avocado, corn dogs (all of us agreed best we ever had — they were buttermilk corn dogs!), salt water taffy, fried snickers, and red velvet funnel cake. I don’t think I missed anything… whew! What can I say, it was a great day!
Join us for the adventure…
The crowds were pretty intense…
Fried pickles and fried avocado… so yummy and delicious. We sat in the grass and watched the paddleboaters. It was very idyllic.
That’s a deep fried snickers… Jess was a major fan. I didn’t try to take it away from her– it seemed like it was dangerous.
Red velvet funnel cake, yes, that happened.
I thought this guy had a handsome profile.
EVERYONE was pretty psyched about the giraffe. The three of us were definitely part of that group!
Jess really really wanted to pet the zebra. It was the only animal I let her pet. I got a little freaked out around the animals, small children, and my pregnant friend.
Why is this not my profile pic on Facebook??
Two good looking ladies gnawing on food… like a pair of caveladies.
The turkey leg was oddly delicious. We couldn’t resist getting one and it was worth it.
I am sipping on a sweet tea slushie (in a fun at the fair cup) holding a bag of cotton candy. Basically, I am 10. And I am about to run around screaming until I pass out in a corner. 🙂
It was a beautiful day at the fair and I had a wonderful time with my friends!
#19 is DONE!