This is a special issue of the Mountain News: Washington State Fair. Last Friday I got fed up of being at home and went to the fairgrounds. I wanted to eat junk food and get some more photographs. Since people were working and school was in session, it was not crowded and quite pleasant. I am an adult on my own so I avoided any rides or arcade games. I stuck to the things with “adult” interest. My phone app said I walked 5 miles while I was there. I am sorry that there were no cats there. There was dog judging on the day I was there, and frankly, I am not a dog person, so no photos. They do judge cats as well. Everything at the fair is being judged, so everything is of quality animate or inanimate. I put a representative sample of photos in a gallery. View many more:
Welcome to another edition of the Morning Mountain News, coming to you from a WalMart parking lot in Puyallup, WA! Sorry about the light poles in the picture–no Ansel Adams photo prize today! Got a lot of things to show today. Our roving reporter was sent out to the Washington State Fair in Puyallup. For many years I lived next to it, if you Washingtonians can believe that, and I attended more times than I can remember. A lot to show today, so let’s get going!