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Saturday, 01 July 2023



Amazing post, Cathy! My wife and I did/saw just a fraction of this! Highlights for us were the "secret" tiki bar Destination Unknown (mai tais were quite good) and the plant-based Wicked Kitchen for eats. Thanks for the tour!


It was a great Fair this year, thanks, Peter. So much we didn't see-or I didn't take photos- The Flower Show, Photography, all the Youth and High School and Community College exhibits, the various demonstrations in addition to spinning and lace making (scroll saws, model shipbuilding, carving, how to make a sphere from rocks/minerals), all the performance stages; there is something happening everywhere all the time on the Fairgrounds. There was a speakeasy as well as the rooftop bar this year...We found (and purchased) Wicked Kitchen products before going to the Fair at Food 4 Less (Almond sticks, Berry White sticks), Sprouts (three frozen meals: a tofu rice bowl, a Korean inspired bowl and a burrito) and at 7-11 (a shelf stable smoky Mac), so didn't buy anything at the Wicked Kitchen restaurant, although there were more choices; excellent food.


interesting & fun food booths


Looks like you had some really tasty food. I haven't had an icee since K-Mart had them. I noticed the pie place and was going to get a chicken pie but I wasn't hungry enough when we left. The honey cones look interesting.


There were quite a few 'new' food booths this year, Kat. Also on the lookout for something other than 'Flaming Hot Cheetos' flavored anything.

This year we wanted to order unique, especially after discovering the Cream Puff booth was gone, Soo. Icees are so rare now that K-Mart is gone. The pie-in-a-cone was really good and so was the Honey Cone.

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