World of Catfood
Brian mugs with his new G2.
An X-prize contender for fuel efficiency.
Decent size for a dog, yet not a dog at all.
The farm animal exhibit (sponsored by Safeway!) had a cage where they were hatching future chicken nuggets and letting kids handle them. Cute!
They also had duck nuggets.
A giant metal chicken tries to scare away the intruders.
There were long waits for some of the rides.
Cutest Mr. President ever? I don't recall Buh or Clinton getting this treatment.
The freedom of flight
Monster truck ride
Barbed wire and razor wire to keep people out of the roller coaster area.
Some of these fairground rides have really nice paint jobs and sign designs on them.
How did they paint nice gradients like this before digital printing?
There was a sand castle competition in progress.
Not sure what the theme here was supposed to be, but I like this one best.
Bred for excitement
Just thought I'd take something out of context for a moment. It's a sign on a horse racing track entrance.
Shirley tries one on for size. Conclusion: Too heavy for everyday use.
Ferris wheel detail.
Kiddie ride detail.
This seems a little odd as fairground rides go.
The shades aren't as well done on these as on the others. Also, I'm really surprised they're not the same ducks as at the other instance of the this midway game.