My youngest had to pause and wave at the dray horses! (For someone who has spent time on Mackinac Island since before birth, she still gets excited about seeing bikes, horses, and proclaims "ew gross" when we pass certain spots in the road.)
We headed to the Spring Expo at the Little Bear East in St. Ignace.
This year, there's no entrance fee! There were plenty of booths to check out, drawings to enter, and yummy smells.
The girls especially enjoyed the bouncy castle!
Even though it's blurry, I like this shot! She's good on her feet!
"Playing" arcade games. I wonder how long this will last before coins necessitate fun? Drive carefully!
Focused little girls:
We bought cotton candy made from maple syrup. I'm not sure how many years I have partaken in this treat, but I don't mind continuing to do so! Besteman's is good! http://www.mi-maplesyrup.com/about/profiles/besteman_05.html
My oldest visited the booth for Lindsey Vork Photography :) www.vorkphotography.com (She already had visited the sheriff's booth as evidenced by the sticker badge.)
We admired the sky before we pulled out of the parking lot:
And we visited McDonald's... My hubby insisted the strawberry cream pies were good and that I should try one. He was right.
The Spring Expo has another day, so drop by the Little Bear if you're in the St. Ignace area! It's open from 10am - 6pm.
If you get a pulled pork sandwich- don't forget to grab a fork! (They are great, and you will need it.)