Yesterday was Senior Citizen Day at the Fair and Concord Care Center hosted Bingo.
Myra won a game but neither Reed nor I won anything but a participation prize. We had a good time playing however.
Then we walked through some animal barns. Pigs are not my favorite and I don’t know anything about them but many kids bring pigs to the fair.
We saw many gorgeous and super clean sheep.
But my favorites were the goats.
Reed liked this horse.
Here is some of the new farm equipment on display. It is HUGE!
Today was the Open Flower Show and the judging was taking sooooo long, I left and will return to see the results. Reed entered this succulent garden and this cactus. If you recall this is a start from my 39 year old 4-H cactus – a tiny cactus given to me in a paper cup by one of my 4-H kids when I was a leader.
I took my rock with hen and chicks. This rock broke in two leaving me with a convex half and a concave half which I planted with tiny hen and chicks.
And that’s all for the fair activities today – I’ll return for church services on Sunday morning in the Grandstand. Now I need a nap – this is too much “going” for an old lady.