They were looking for kids to do interviews on the radio, and Noah got picked. He had fun and got to talk for quite a while since the was the only 4-Her in the area
Since we were going to the fair on Wednesday to see the bucket calf show, I asked Noah if he wanted to enter a basket in the basket contest, since the entry time was going to be during our visit. He ended up getting 1st place with a trophy and a ribbon. He thought that was pretty cool.
Our friend Kate had two goats in one class, so Noah got to help out by showing one for her. I would say a better description was that the goat showed him, since it mostly drug him around the ring. But the judge was very forgiving.
John wanted to do the cake auction this year and made a cake with Olympic rings on it. It sold for $100.
John also got a trophy for Reserved Champion Wild Flower photo. It was cool seeing both boys on stage at the same time.
Here is his reserved champion photo.
All of their hard work payed off, because we got to spend a day at the Nebraska State Fair.
John got to do his presentation while we were there. We were a bit late and they would not let him use our laptop, so the videos in his power point did not work. He still got a blue ribbon which was good considering he experienced technical difficulty.
He got a special recognition for his photo of a bald eagle on our pond. Above it is Noah's photo of the Blue Heron that also lives on the pond. Both birds happen to be sitting on the same log (but they were taken at different times)
His Child Development book about Ben's Farm got a purple too. Love the expression on his face. I don't think there was anything worse than being forced to pose for a picture, when there was the entire state fair to explore waiting right outside.
I will leave you with this. Only at the Nebraska state fair would you see something like this. They were not running when we went by, but I am sure they could get a ride on one of the ones outside the house right now if they really wanted too.