Chautauqua County Fair 2018 Day 3: Tuesday

I’ve always thought the first few days of the fair dragged on forever but here we are already at the end of day three. We survived last night’s rainstorm and the heat and humidity went away, making today altogether much more comfortable than the last two. My mom and I found frozen bananas on the Midway at lunch time and according to her they were pretty good, but with me never being a big fan of bananas I ended up with some sort of peanut sundae instead. Also today I had to help tell the younger kids a few things about showmanship and I really had no idea what I was talking about but hopefully I didn’t sound like it.

There was the annual Tuesday dairy barn potluck dinner today and I got to watch and sort of help judge one of my friend’s presentations about the difference between A1 and A2 milk and which cows give which type. So that was fun to see. And now all that’s left for today is normal nightly things like collecting cans (eventually) and going to sleep at midnight with hopefully waking up at 5:30 ish with enough energy to do our first show of the week in the morning, without much nap time beforehand. It will also be my last time ever showing cows in the Open Class show at this fair. I’m not sure if that’s a good thing or bad thing. I guess we’ll find out tomorrow.

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