When we entered the fair grounds, we went past lots of rides, games, and food stalls. My daughter was fascinated! She had never seen anything like it! If you want to see the pictures I took as we went in, you can go back to the first blog I did about the fair. This is a continuation of the State Fair. We walked across the fair grounds to look for the Indian dances, and we found much more than the Indian dances.
After watching the joust a few minutes, we kept walking looking for the Indian dances. We heard fiddle and guitar music blasting over the loud speakers. We walking back to where the joust had been, and there was a guy dressed in an old European monk’s outfit playing a guitar and a girl in a long dress playing a fiddle. We sat on the benches and listened for a few minutes. I took a video, but I am having trouble getting it to upload onto the site.
After we had rested a few minutes, the girl took the guitar and began singing, and we heard banjo music in a distance. We decided to go see who was playing the banjo. There was a wild west exhibit not far away, and there was a man in there playing a banjo and singing. I took a video of him too, but unfortunately, my videos are having trouble uploading onto the website. If my videos every upload, I will share them.
It wasn’t quite time for the Indian dances, but we thought we had finally found where they were supposed to be held, so we decided to sit at a picnic table, take a break, and drink some lemonade. While we were sitting there, we realized, the Indian dances had begun, but not where we thought they were supposed to be, but back in the Wild West exhibit place. We went back over there. If you want to see the pictures I took of the Indian dances, you will have to look at the next blog because I think this one is getting a little long.