As we entered the fairgrounds, we came through a gate that took us directly into the part with all the rides, and then to the midway. We had come in search of the Indian dances, and we were early. My daughter loved what she saw! She kept saying, “Wow! Just wow! Abraham is going to love this! When we have kids, we will have to bring them here every year!” She had been to a county fair when we were in Ohio when she was very small. In fact, she road in the parade in Ohio because she was in a little girl’s beauty contest. She was really cute! However, a state fair is much larger and much more awe inspiring than a county fair, or at least the Oklahoma State Fair is. The Oklahoma State Fair is every September, and people come from all over the state to attend, and it is worth it!
This was just walking around. We were almost to where the Indian dances were by this point, but we still weren’t sure where they were. This is not the end of the fair, but this is all I am going to include in this blog because I took lots of pictures and even videos today. This is just getting acquainted with the fair grounds. If you want to see Indian dances, banjo players, horses, renaissance music makers, an old west show, etc., just continue on to the next blog.