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State Fair

9.08.2014


Jordan surprised us Friday night with a little trip to the state fair. None of us had ever been before, so it was especially fun exploring it together. I loved all of the lights and colors, Jordan loved the food (ok, so did I), and Reagan loved the animals!



^^Am I the only one who can't get over how beautiful and magical ferris wheels look? With the lights? and the spinning?



^^Reagan loving that daddy of hers. She also loved the cows and when we would ask her what cows say, she would reply with, "OOOOOOO." Just missing the "M" sound. Pretty close. She was also a fan of the lemonade.



^^We seriously ate our way through the whole fair. With the above twisted taters, funnel cake, and dole whip, we also had (not pictured) a navajo taco, a fried oreo, and a fried snickers, and we washed it all down with a few lemonades. State Fairs are all about the food, right?



It was a great night at the fair! And for those of you in Utah, hurry over! It's open until the 14th. And if you buy your tickets at Smiths, you get $3 off (which you can then spend later on a funnel cake).

6 comments:

  1. YUMMmmm...i've been craving funnel cake all summer. I love that fair- did they have the cool statues made out of butter?? Love your ferris wheel pics :)

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    1. They did have the butter statues. So crazy! The one we saw used 700 pounds of butter!

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  2. What fonts do you use? I have loved looking at all your designs and was wondering! You have such a good eye!

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    1. Thank you! This is actually my own handwriting.

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  3. Fried everything all the time. Love fairs!!!

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  4. Oh my goodness. All of that food looks AMAZING! And I have never been to a state fair! Clearly I need to go. Also, your pictures are so wonderful! I love the pictures of the ferris wheels. I agree that they are so magical!

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