Where in the World is the SC Team? III

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Greeting Livestock Friends!

We lived through our second junior nationals, thanks to the Shorthorn group for being such great hosts.

The grounds here for the Nebraska State Fair are amazing, and we even got Sure Champ on the JumboTron!

The temperature is certainly telling us it’s July! Hope you enjoyed your weekend — and took some time to relax like we did yesterday here in Grand Island, NE. We are here for another week with the National Junior Hereford Expo.

We went to Island Oasis for some fun in the sun on Sunday, to celebrate Canada Day with our boss, Crystal! This was a great little waterpark in Grand Island, and super close to the fairgrounds.

Those tall slides were killer!

We’ve also been scoping out the delicious places to eat around this town, and now recommend a few!

The Wave Pizza

This place has it all! Pickles, pizza and surfboards!

Fuji Japanese Steakhouse

Hibachi grills are so neat, this one flipped shrimp into our mouths!

We’ve still got one more week here in Nebraska – The Good Life, so be looking for our updates on Facebook and Twitter.

Until Next Time,
The Interns

Oh! and don’t forget about our July Photo a Day contest on Instagram.


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