Ukiah Daily Journal (Ukiah, California) 30 August 1992
Fair- Continued from Page 1 Proffer isn't too keen on animals either. His least favorite fair activity activity is the rabbit show. Their friend, Will Brown, 11, of Potter Valley, however, is in the dissenting faction. He likes showing his dairy cow, although he greatly dislikes watching watching others' show their animals. He even liked the puppet shows. Jaime Blevin, 7, of Windsor, said she liked just about everything at the fair. But "my favorite thing is the fer- ris wheel," she said. She also liked the scrambler, which "goes around crazy." Jaime even had a favorite fair food—pizza and com-on-ihe-cob. The only thing she didn" t care for was the sandbox, in which kids look for hidden coins. But that's because "she only found IS cents," her grandmother explained. She noted Jaime's sister, Jenna, 5, loved the sandbox. "She found more money," she said. Littler kids tended to like the less lively rides. Katie Box, a 6-year-old ballerina in blue from Redwood Valley, said she doesn't like "the real fast rides and the real round, round, round, rides," or "the real high, high rides." There were a few children who preferred other-than-ride entertainment entertainment and events. Helen Retzloff, 5, of Covelo, liked the horses best. So did Jessica Bari, 7, of Redwood Redwood Valley. But, she noted she4idn't go on, the rides, so she couldn't really' compare them. "We just looked at the animals," she said. And "I like them all."