Now, why this is called Georgia National fair instead of Georgia State fair, I have no idea, but one thing is for sure: it's big. Very big, and very crowded. The fact that we went on columbus day probably added to the crowd. We went with some friends from church, and together we walked around, bought some food, looked at animals, and contemplated going on rides. The rides were so long though, that we didn't feel like waiting. We decided that we would just go to six flags when it opens in the spring.
Leah was not intimidated or scared by the crowds. She had a blast running around, and riding on Tony's shoulders.
She loved the petting zoo; we went through it several times. She did not pet any of the animals though. There was a giraffe, monkeys, a zebra, and the usual ponies, goats, sheep, etc.