Call it quaint or down-to-earth, if you like.
The North Idaho Fair & Rodeo may not sizzle with celebrity entertainers and souped-up tractor pulls. But it’s got pluck and is grounded in tradition.
And for five days in August, it’s where folks in the Panhandle choose to ramble about on warm summer evenings, casting their diets aside and embracing denial of the approaching school year.
So if you go (and you know you want to), here’s what you need to know:
Do you plan to go to the fair?