We busted out of town as soon as Tanner got off of work. We both were a little more impressed with the fair this year, I'd say. It seemed like they had more things to see and probably also we didn't have quite as high of expectations as last year. Tons of food and rides for sure. They also had a bunch of RV's that you could walk through. That was kind of fun. Plenty of booths of people selling bizarre things that baffled us that people would ever spend money on. We wisely chose to spend ours on Dippin' Dots. Then we came upon an arena where they were going to have a little stunt dog show. So we decided to grab some food and sit and eat and watch. It was short but actually pretty impressive what those dogs could do!
Then we wandered around the animal barns.
|Showin' off some pretty sweet pigs.|
|Tanner's favorite attraction - the KKK sheep division.|
|We accidentally both packed our pink golf shirts. Tanner was so embarrassed to be matching with his wife.|
|Sara and Joe Lawson|
Then we drove back to Williston for our second double date of the evening. We met the Merkley's for another 9 holes at Eagle Ridge. Emily hadn't been golfing since before her first kid was born and I must say she did quite good. I am ashamed to admit I did not do good at all. And the little immature part of me that would always get mad when I played my dad in racquetball and did crappy came out in full force. I don't know why I get so frustrated. But I did - and then played worse. And it was a vicious, pathetic cycle. That's probably why I don't have ANY pictures of the four of us playing. Dang it. We're going to need to go again so I can redeem myself and show that I can suck and be happy at the same time :) We did get some pizza after which was delicious and fun. And I think they are both still friends with us so that's good!