Featured image: Diamond is one of the rabbits Silas Stutzman entered at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair, The family had nine entries: six rabbits, a forestry poster and microwave fudge by Silas and a poster by his sister, Junia, of her pet rabbit. Silas came away with more than 20 ribbons.
Cogitation 30 Saturday 28 July 2018 We got a mini-taste of farming, and all things agriculturally-related, at the weeklong Elkhart County 4-H Fair,
Free admission on Tuesday for seniors was one incentive to go. The main reason for going to the fair, though, was to see the rabbits Silas Stutzman, a Rabbit Club member, had entered. Silas and his two siblings and their parents are part of our small group at church.
Of course, you can’t go to the fair and not succumb to some of the tantalizing food fare on offer, do a wander about the 4-H entries, walk through the commercial exhibits (without needing anything but still picking up some licorice), listen to entertainment (senior talent competition on Tuesday), watch people, or opt for a wide choice of related activities.
We did not stay for the evening grandstand entertainment. A half day proved plenty enough to fill our plate.
Stay calm and groom your hobby horse.
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Very interesting! Today is our Zurich Country Fair. Heading out to watch our three young grandkids in the parade, and our 14 year old will be dressed up as a Paw Patrol Character.
Thanks Ruth. Glad you enjoyed time in Indiana, too.
Thanks John, for taking me to the FAIR without walking. Where were the pictures of the Rabbits? Maybe they were camera shy. Enjoyed the trip!
On Sat, Jul 28, 2018 at 8:46 AM, It’s About Now wrote:
> John Bender posted: “Featured image: Diamond is one of the rabbits Silas > Stutzman entered at the Elkhart County 4-H Fair, The family had nine > entries: six rabbits, a forestry poster and microwave fudge by Silas and a > poster by his sister, Junia, of her pet rabbit. Silas came” >