Posted By Erin on September 8, 2013
Gold Country Fair
The fairgrounds are up in Auburn, which gives it a fun, in the woods feel.
Good grief, I have to buy 25 tickets before I get any kind of discount?
That’s actually really cool looking, I’m kinda sad I’m not 12 anymore.
Woah, what’s with the giant four-headed drag queens?
Ok, maybe I take back the idea that the woods were cool, hiking up hills, not so much fun.
Is that a turkey or a miniature ostrich?
Superhero Duck is all masked up and ready to save some citizens.
Cow was very intrigued by my camera.
This cow, I have dubbed “Slimer”.
So…your face comes out the cow’s mouth, so it looks like it devoured you whole? That’s excellent.
Gotta start ‘em young, I guess.
Love a good bouncy house.
It’s a guacomobile!
Also love a good Dr Who reference.
Those are easily the most terrifying scarecrows I have ever seen.
nifty little mining museum on the fair grounds. Admission was free, but they didn’t allow pictures, so sadly, I can’t give a real review.
Awesome-O-Meter: 3 1/2 The Gold Country Fair is mostly your typical fair, but it’s somewhat unique setting and fun selection of animals gave it a little extra push.
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