Nick, Travis and I went to the fair again on Wednesday night. I started the night off right with a corn dog. Then we headed over to the mini donut booth to chat with Jordon. I spent $7.50 on a giant turkey leg that I ate about 1/4 of. Then we split some Australian battered potatoes. Nick took it upon himself to order sour cream and ranch… no cheese. >:(
Then I tried some pretzel balls on a stick. I had to compare them to the giant-pretzel-the-size-of-my-head. They tasted just as good, but the pretzel was doughy-er. We stopped in the dairy building. I didn’t get a malt because I was saving room for a Dippin’ Dots root bear float. But I did take one for the team and finish the last few bites of Nick’s chocolate malt. In the bee section of the horticulture building there was some honey nut ice cream. It looked good, so I thought I’d give it a try instead. Not good. It’s not that it was bad… it just didn’t taste like honey. I should have spent $.50 more and got a sundae. And by sundae I mean a bowl of ice cream with honey drizzled on it. I love nuts (laugh it up) in my ice cream, but sunflower seeds don’t quite fit the bill. Nick ate a foot long of course. We also scored a couple bags of mini donuts again. I couldn’t find the apple fries. I think I know where they are… but they weren’t on the menu and I didn’t feel like asking about it.
I woke up yesterday morning feeling a little grease logged. I’m still feeling the effects a bit. We’re going again tonight, I’m going to try to stick to healthy fair foods. So far here’s all I have: pickle on a stick, corn on a stick (a.k.a. cob)… yeah, that’s it. This time I’ll be more focused on site seeing, people watching, and actually getting to the FM107 booth in time to see Lori and Julia. Maybe I’ll shoo Nick off to the arcade while I’m there.