We get free admission and parking at the fair every year from my mom (she sells junk there and gets a bunch of passes) so my wife and I decided to head out there for the day. The Clark County fair is a pretty big deal in my neck of the woods... its better than most any other county fair I have ever been too... and its better than some state fairs too. At any rate... check out da pics! Ok, ya can't have a fair without some farm animals. Its pretty much a requirement. We saw a ton (actually lots of tons!) of cows, sheep, llamas, chickens, rabbits, goats, bees (!), pigs and pretty much every other animal one could associate with a farm. Here is a couple of pics of them farm animals. Starting with some cool camel cows (my big-city name for them!)... they have cool humps on their backs! Great big suckers. I kept thinking how much meat you could get out of just one. No idea how much each one weighed, but it was a whole lotta quarter pounders! Next we went to the horse barn... Horses are cool... my fav are the big old monster draft horses. Prolly impossible to ride one unless you can do the splits, but damn them suckers are biiiig! They had one there, his jaw muscle was bigger than my damn thigh! Like all women (wonder why!) my wife likes horses, so it was cool to check them out. I thought the pile 'o' piglets was cool too. Future bacon sure is cute! Our fair has a hall that has a different exhibit every year. Last year it was an amazing collection of old fire engines. This year they had a fake dinosaur exhibit. It was kinda cool... especially since they combined it with the "World of Reptiles" display that they have at this fair every year. Here's my wife diggin' on Stegosaurus! ...and a fossilized t-rex skull... They also had a super cool reconstructed skeleton of a Mastadon or wooly Mamoth (whatever) there. Apparently, inside this beasts partly-petrified stomach they found the oldest example of living bacteria ever discovered. Next we checked out the still-living reptiles. They had pretty much everything. Geckos, monitors, all kinds of snakes big and small, frogs, cool insects etc. Here are some samples, starting with your every day Gator... ...I liked this cool Gecko... ...and they had a healthy iguana there too... ... and a cool tree full of snakes! ...and even some big tortises... They had some awesome boas and anacondas there, but my pics kinda sucked and its hard to see them. We got to see a couple of different species of frogs having sex. That was cool and funny. Water was murky though and I couldn't get a good pic without a light source of some kind. I don't use my flash on animals... so I just had to settle with watching and laughing while they got it awwwn.