Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Listowel Fair - Day Two

Okay, so I've sifted through some of my photos from Friday at the fair. On Friday, I checked out the exhibits in the ag hall, and then I went and watched the ATV and garden tractor pulls. I've never been to any kind of pull before in my life, and I had no idea what to expect. I really didn't even know how it all worked. It was really cool! That's all I'll say for now about it, but I'll definitely have more to say when I get the actual tractor pull pics posted, but that didn't happen until Saturday night.

A first place flower arrangement:


Posters showing the fair theme:


As a scrapbooker I really enjoyed the awesome cards that were entered.


A Lego take on Git 'r' Done with 911:


A random shot of the antique tractors that were on display all weekend. I had really wanted to go take more pictures of them, and then it just slipped my mind. I'll have to remember next year to make time.


Then I was off to the ATV and garden tractor pull. Like I said, I had NO idea what to expect or how it all would work.

A lot of younger folks registered. Here are some kids lined up waiting for their turn to pull.


After a good pull.


Some of the ATVs especially went really fast.




I saw this move a lot - the leaning back. I'm sure there's science behind it.


It was a bit rainy, so of course, it was very muddy.






Just a couple of garden tractors that were sitting around and I liked them.




I can't wait to go through the photos from Saturday night, but as I write this it is really really late, and I need to get to bed. Thanks to everyone for checking out my blog!

2 comments:

Eily's Place said...

WOW!!!!!!!!!! I can't wait to see the rest of the pics... you definately have a special talent... Amazing job Amanda!!!

Candice said...

Hey Amanda...I was just here looking thru some of your pics (you're great by the way!) And thought I would let you know that the reason why they 'lean back' when pulling, is to try and keep as much weight at the back as possible!...There is definitely a science about it, as you said!