Minnesota State Fair 2011

August 28, 2011 at 10:08 am 4 comments

It’s time for the Great Get Together!  I got together with Juli and hit the pavement opening day.  We had a relaxing day, visiting our favorite spots and a few new ones – Wild West Chihuahua Dog Show:  Awesome.

The detailing is beautiful on this amazing Scarecrow.


I love me some political crop art.

Bachmann is saying:  “My Inclusive America.  Welcome Athiests, Vegans, Pro-Choice, GLBT, Tree-Huggers IN HELL.”

Ummm… What?

Pepper with Buff Arms

State Fair Mystery: The appeal of small animals made from other small dead animals.

A few more pics here on Flickr.

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I almost fit in there. What’s that sound coming out of the hole in the wood?

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. DSL.  |  September 4, 2011 at 5:04 pm

    This is all perfectly lovely – but we want to see the chicken ladies again!

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  • 2. DSL.  |  September 4, 2011 at 5:30 pm

    On second thought, having eaten about ten pounds of the stuff last week – enough chcken to sicken – I can wait until you and your hat-clad buds this time swish as fish, are photo-dropped by the stork as pork, and then skedaddle as cattle.

    A fun slideshow after the clickFlick: I liked the Tinkertoy Ferrisway, the crop-art of the Norse explorer that captured the great Ericson to the Leif, and the incredible spreadable edible sculptures you saved for the end – butter late than never – not least the one from the well-named Carver County.

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    • 3. saratoday  |  September 7, 2011 at 12:02 pm

      It’s the first time the Butterheads have looked distinctive to me. In years past they all looked like the same buttery girl.

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  • 4. DSL.  |  September 4, 2011 at 5:38 pm

    Right after I posted the last comments, I caught Archie Bunker saying on TVLand, “Look at the meat-head – he’s turning into a chicken-head!”. And as relative penchants for kissing were being assayed, Edith said to Gloria, to the smirking howls of the audience, “You’re father was never much of a slobberer – he’s more of a pecker.”

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