The ice cream was the best. I love home made ice cream. So did the Cowpokes. I really love the funnel cakes. They called them fuddles, or something like that. I am not sure? But it was sure good. Now for the real Bazaar fun. There were the traditional bounce houses. The boys always love those. The energy levels that kids have. It's crazy. Then there was the train ride. This is Little Cowpoke's favorite thing about the bazaar. Big Cowpoke just chilled out. It's a really long train ride. The boys did it twice. Then there were the 25 cent games.
Despite their faces, they did have fun. They both get grouchy when they don't get enough sleep. And the night before was horrible. But how can someone not have fun when there is so much food to be had?This is the giant Jambalaya pot. The man told me that they used 28 pounds of dry rice. That is a lot. And let me tell you that pot was huge. It was so cool. Then there was the enormous corn dogs. Those are the kids' favorites. And all of Mr. Cowboy's Aunts made some home made ice cream.
The day after Halloween we went to the Bazaar. The small town where Mr. Cowboy grew up in, has this annual bazaar. It is so much fun.
You had to stand back when Little Cowpoke was throwing the darts. He would blindly chuck the darts. Big Cowpoke did a bit better. But neither Cowpoke got any balloons popped. This is a fun game too. See that boy standing there. Let me tell ya, that green bean bag, yeah, it hit that boy right in the face. Sorry! My Cowpoke's don't play baseball. But he does rope. You would think he had better aim. Here is Mr. Cowboy watching the boys play. Hubba Hubba. I love it when get dresses all nice. Mr. Cowboy thinks he is fat. I think he looks perfect. There was also a silent auction, where I tried to win some tall pots. I could really use some of these. And there was a live auction. They were auctioning off 20 acres of crop dusting. We could use that. But it went for like 800 bucks. Those people in that small town sure had some deep pockets. Mr. Cowboy told me that they were all "oil money". I guess that is what you get for living on the Gulf of Mexico. I sure wish we could have one of those oil thingies in my back yard. The Bazaar was a lot of fun and the Cowpokes all had a wonderful time. Now, all I have to do today is get out and vote. What a day, what a day.