My quilt did well. I was so excited to get a ribbon! Given, there were only two quilts in my division. I still and am pretty darn proud of it.
William wasn't the biggest fan. We went two days. Once with the 11-year-old scouts and then again the next day for the cook-off. He did enjoy the animals and his first taste of snocone. I heard his first scream of impatience because I couldn't shovel the delicious treat in fast enough!
I was looking online at a contest they had to take a picture in front of the Jerome County Fair Mural, There weren't too many entries so I am trying my luck to win a gift card. We'll see if I win Sunday!
On Friday we were joined by our friends the Woods. The girls and I went and looked at the animals. SO CUTE! It makes my heart happy to see baby animals. I also took some photos for work. Let me tell you. It is so hard to find clean cows. (For those of you who don't know: I work for a publishing company that focuses on cattle/dairy)
Bryce made some delicious tri-tip. The game was rigged because the Fire Fighters were selling t-shirts at the same time and the money was going in their bucket...but it was all for charity. All the proceeds went to Breast Cancer research. Everyone had a great time and that is all that matters.
William's favorite part was going home! I am glad we participated this year! I hope that we can start doing more and more in our community.