Today’s sunrise was all orange and pink clouds.
By noon all clouds were gone, and we were enjoying the Phoenix skyline,
on our way to here.
By midwest standards, the fair was small—it could fit into the Ohio State fairgrounds four times.
It was comprised mostly of food booths
(Just reading this one made me want to hurl.)
There were a few animals—mostly chickens and goats.
We watched a couple of the free shows that were held on small stages scattered around the grounds. Godfrey The Magician wasn’t bad.
We really enjoyed the Native Spirit Dancers.
In this dance the circle of eagle feathers represents a battle site, while the two feathers on his head represent two warriors still fighting on the battlefield.
This women's’ jingle dress dance was one of blessing or healing.
This hoop dance was very entertaining.
There were quite a few buildings with various vendors, and a couple with art displays including sewing,quilting, crafts, carving, sculpting, painting and photography.
The Thunderhead Model Railroad Club had a wonderful little town set up. This represents about a third of it.
We are always on the alert for odd or unusual stuff. While we were waiting in traffic outside the fairgrounds, we saw this sign on a chain-link fence. On our side was the overpass, on the other was a drop to the road below. Huh?
Our day started and ended with orange and pink clouds.