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Linkmeister

Bacon on the hoof!

muddy

They will be near me later this week. I'm not sure if my favorite part is when they launch themselves into the water or when they snuffle for truffles at the end. Well, not truffles, it's oreos, but anyway... they're dark! Just details!

I also go for the maple house (tremendous shakes), the sheep, the antique machinery and the ferris wheel. I can be happy at the fair with those and need nothing more.

Well, also the veg, flower and craft displays are great, it's best to go on the first day while they are fresh. My b-i-l won a blue ribbon for his knitted counterpane a couple years ago, that was exciting.

KC45s

I would never have the vision to start a pig-racing outfit. This is why I fail.

Linkmeister

Grins. KC45s, if the upkeep seems too costly, maybe hamster or guinea pig racing would work.

Chris the cop

Two words: Wild boar (racing)

You gonna try and make it up to the state fair this year, Lance? Love to have ya up.

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