This was the "petting zoo" which was basically a collection of goats that kids were feeding with little cups of grains that they purchased at the entrance...or with the fruit leather that they were sucking on 2 minutes earlier.
In case you can't read the labels, this was a shop that sold an assortment of everything fried (a.k.a. fair food). They had fried Snickers, Twinkies, Moon Pies, Oreos, cheesecake, etc. etc.
Yes, we ate that stuff- Oreos and Snickers. I'm not going to lie- they were good. Were they worth $4 good? Probably not.
I remember growing up in Griffin, GA, having to work the corn dog booth at our county fair for the Kiwanis Club. I always loved that time of year, not to mention endless free corn dogs (sounds gross, I know, but trust me, these were gooooood). Back then, at least in Griffin, the fair was considered cool and I have some good memories of hanging out with friends and riding the rides. Random side note: You know have you have songs associated with certain events in your life?? Well, the fair in my mind will always be associated with "Crossroads" by Bones, Thugs, and Harmony. Random. Anyway, so for the past 2 years here in Albuquerque, we have made a few appearances at the fair with one appearance at the fair rodeo (which I will proudly admit, I love). So, this past fair was no exception and we lived it up with some friends.