We also stopped by the many engines, machines, and old fashioned cars. There were fire trucks, classic cars, a saw mill, tractors, and more. It was pretty steamy and loud in this section, yet the boys (and many others) were enjoying figuring out how they all worked.
Later, we visited the store (I love checking out the clearance bins), the mill, and oxen, and various vendors. There were baked goods, wooden products, and produce for sale. There were plenty of options and reasonable prices. We opted on the maple sugar candies. We need to try making these ourselves this year. The vendor said to heat the syrup to 245 degrees, wait as it begins to crystalize (keep stirring), and then pour into molds. These are delicious! We've known the oxen since they were young. My brother helps with them every once in a while and they stay in his fields. It was neat to see how they've grown, visit with our neighbor, and look at the many yokes they've used as they have matured. Another vendor was selling her Ellie May's Goat Milk Soap.