We spent a long weekend visiting family in Leo, Indiana, a few weeks ago. In addition to seeing loved ones, the Grabill Country Fair was in full effect!
On our first evening we went to the fair with the Reynolds boys to get leather bracelets. It's a festival tradition to get them. But first, fried cheese!
That's Trec on his dad's shoulders.
Creed and Trec contemplate bracelet designs.
Amanda's bracelet with my name on it. You're supposed to get the name of your significant other.
Daisha had to stay home with their daughter Navy, but we visited them after the fair.
Here are some photos from the parade on Day 2.
Amanda with our niece Abby and nephew Mason.
I shamelessly took photos of Amish whenever I could. I am so fascinated by their lifestyle.
We walked back through the fair after the parade to get Abby and Mason their bracelets.
This is the biggest pork tenderloin sandwich I have ever seen.
Yes, I wore pink shorts in Indiana.
After all that healthy eating, I needed a healthy dessert to-go.
We went back to the Reynolds estate and saw Brinn.
The next day we saw Jenny and her kids Phoebe and Henry.
Our time in Indiana was short but we saw a lot of people. Our last stop was at Amanda's grandparents house to drop off her parents' dog Teddy.
Teddy is the most loved grandchild.
Then we were off to Cleveland with Amanda's parents for some sightseeing and a work conference. That's all in the next blog post.