Clockwise* Scott and Delaney on the safari jeep ride, Delaney and me on the safari jeep ride,
Delaney on the bumper boats
Scott and Delaney on the roller coaster, Delaney on a train with the boys watching.
The boys didn't ride any of the rides, but they did enjoy doing a couple games. They all picked up ducks and went fishing. I think the boys really liked playing in the water more than anything.
I have to say, we had a great time. I was not really sure it was going to be such a great idea, because last time I went it was so crowded that you could barely walk. I was not sure how we were going to do it with a double stroller and a 4 year old walking. It actually was not bad. We stayed in the kiddie ride section and there was never a line for anything. Plus!! Behind the information booth, there was a diaper changing station. I wish I had taken my camera in with me. I went in with all intentions of unrolling paper towels out so no-one had to touch the counter and I had the hand sanitizer all ready for after. I was pleasantly surprised! They had a stack of disposable changing pads, diapers, wipes and powder (of which I used all of my own). So kudos to the NC State Fair for making that easy!! The down side? The cost! Holy Crap!! That is all I know to say!! $7 each of Scott and I to get in. $1 for each ticket for rides and rides were 3-4 tickets each! $2 each for a game. And don't even get me started on the food!! 2 hotdogs, 2 philly cheesesteaks, an order of chicken tenders, 1 order of fries, a water and a lemonade! Any guesses on the amount? 52 freakin' dollars! Holy!! Rip off!! But with all of that said, I am glad we went! It was a great day!