We opted to stay at the older kids' rides. And dared not to go near the kiddie rides,
as our daughter might not let us go home anymore.
But we did let her go on a pony ride. And she loved it like always.
And us adults, just opted to stick to the food. Walked around, got food, sat and ate, looked at the people's faces riding the scary rides(haha), and then repeat all over til we were stuffed.
We did ride the Ski lift type of ride the previous time we were there.
And it was one of the scariest ride ever. I didn't move at all especially when the wind blows.
Don't ever think this is a romantic thing to do with your date, totally not, haha.
But it's the best way to see the whole fair grounds. If you can dare look. Lol.
There were a lot of carnival games. But better save this to the latter part of your trip to the OC Fair. Coz' although the prizes are these cute gigantic stuffed toys(think minions and smurfs), you wouldn't wanna carry them the whole time at the fair. A turkey drumstick on your right hand and smurf on you left?
We missed the last show at the milking parlor. It would be kinda cool to see how much milk gets produce when they milked the cows. Or is that not giving them enough privacy?
And for those wondering, OC Fair have real toilets and not portable potty. And though there are lines, the lines go by pretty fast. Just try not to go over board with those lemonade or alcoholic drinks.
Now I'm tempted to go to the LA Fair too, which starts on August 30 in Pomona.
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