Since the fair at it's roots is an agricultural fair there was plenty of produce to look at.
Then we had to see all the animals. Sadly the cows and pigs weren't available to visit when we were there. But we saw lots of sheep, some donkeys and a zebu.
We stopped at BBQ Pete's for some ribs. Yeah this was definitely too much for the 2 of us but we wound up sharing with the family next to us.
I had to get my scones before we left. I got a bag to go so we'd have some for breakfast.
Tai'd never had a scone. He really liked them and was glad I brought some home. He devoured half the bag for breakfast!
We had a great time. I don't know if we'll go every year but we'll definitely go again.
The title has to do with the song for the fair. I couldn't find the youtube version but the website does have the song for you to hear. It's terribly goofy but most people who've lived here for a number of years can sing at least the chorus when you mention the Puyallup Fair.
And for those of you who aren't local, Puyallup is named for the Puyallup tribe of Native Americans. It's about an hour south of Seattle so the drive there was fun :)