Alaska is captured in sand in a sculpture that includes the state flag, a variety of wildlife and a Southeast Alaskan totem.
|The fair's new ejection seat ride took passengers from a standing (or sitting) start to 60 mph in two seconds on a rubber-band-powered flight. There are only a handful of such rides in the United States. This ride returned to the fair in 1998 and 1999.|
|With its boardwalks and wooden and canvas structures, the midway has the look of a frontier town. Stalls offer everything from exotic foods to T-shirts, pottery and a land lottery.|
Going to the Fair
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