This summer has been a blur.
Like, a full-out blur.
Between baseball trips, work and a few other things … it’s all of a sudden well into August. Before I know it, back to normal (as much as that can be) with work and everything will start to slowly turn to fall.
I’m not complaining — it’s been a fun summer. But whoa.
Softball is still going on (new league, so a different setup), but if things go well, it will at least end before September.
Baseball has been crazy fun — I’ve been to more than 50 games with still more to come — but it has taken up most weekends and such, so that makes the time go even faster.
I’ve been able to get out with my camera some and have enjoyed it. I haven’t, though, done much in regard to geocaching. In fact, I’ve only found 128 caches this entire year, which is on pace to likely be my lowest count since I started in 2008. That’s not to say that once baseball season ends I won’t get a few great days of caching in, but the summer has not been kind to the finds!
But all of a sudden it’s Fair week in my county. Our county fair is pretty solid and it’s usually a good time. I go once during the week just to experience it, and I am doing that today (though, to be fair, part of it is for work) just to walk around and get some sights and such when I am done with the work part. The weather has been fine for the Fair, which is always a good thing.
Later this month, I’ll be heading to the State Fair (again, work-related for part), which I haven’t been to in a few years. It’s always pretty fun, though. Fairs can be a ton of fun with some great (but bad for you) food, sights and sounds.
So how about you? Do you have any county or state fairs you head to each year? What are your favorite things about the fairs?
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