Today was the last day of the MN State Fair.
I feel like I was cheated this year, because I only went once. I also feel like the 7-year-old in my past yelling at me "Who are you, and why did you let me grow up to like going to a state fair?" Well, you have to understand, childhood-me, this isn't any state fair, it's the MN State Fair.
There are many reasons to go to the fair, and everyone that I talk to has a different reason for going. This is part of the fair's appeal. If you go with different people, they want to go to and see different things. Every year I go to a different combination of events and see things and try things I have never visited/seen/experienced before.
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There's the food, of course, my favorite of which is the deep fried pickles, followed closely by the pork-chop on a stick. I try at least one new (to me) food item each year. This year, I finally tried the Pronto Pup. I have never had one before, because people claim an improvement on the corn-dog, which is like saying they've found a better place than heaven for the after-life. It's just not going to happen, people. It was about the same as my experience with the fry-dog last year: "Ok, that was good, but now I'm hungry for a realcorn-dog."
The other main thing that I enjoy is the massive crowd of people. I usually like to enjoy multiple days of the fair so that I can enjoy the fair foods and exhibitions on my own with the lighter crowd, and see the insane swarm of sun-cooked Minnesotans on another day. This year, I had to pack it into one day, which isn't good. You will never find a better mix of mulleted and mohawked; hillbilly and suburbanite; obese and not quite as fat (ok, that last one wasn't an opposite, but that's what it feels like sometimes when the main gathering reason is food). They're just a fun site to watch.
If you get tickets early, there's the grandstand shows, where I've gone to A Prairie Home Companion twice, the bazaar where you can buy anything random at all for anything (including our wedding), the animal barns, the Miracle of Birth Center, the art buildings, a Christmas Tree competition, the bees (don't know why I like this, but I do), the Giant Slide, the Mighty Midway, and the list goes on.
So, just around 350 more days until the Fair. What have I missed that I should add to my list for next year?
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