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Humboldt County Fair 2016 

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Mark Larson
Judges at the third annual Surf & Turf BBQ Contest got some helpful advice on what to look for and how to evaluate the taste of the seafood entries from guest expert chef Guy Fieri at the 120th Humboldt County Fair on Wednesday.
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Humboldt County 1st District Supervisor Rex Bohn (left) and 5th District Supervisor Ryan Sunberg (right) helped judge the barbecue.
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Bacon-wrapped shrimp ready to serve at the cook-off.
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A poultry barbecue entry at the cook-off.
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Riding the Frog Hopper was a popular experience for the young attendees at the 120th Humboldt County Fair on Wednesday.
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Tim O'Leary, of Arcata, holding his grandson Jeteo, 14 months, and his daughter Ciel Bazen, of Arcata, enjoyed a ride on the merry-go-round.
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Oriana Mora, of Fortuna and the Hydesville 4-H Club, discovered her Boer goat, named Lauren, was eating her blue ribbon that was awarded to all participants in the entry-level age group in the showmanship competition. Oriana was wearing a belt buckle awarded in the Round Robin competition to her mother, Krissy Mora, back in 1996.
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Kacey Luster, of Ferndale, used a fork and wheelbarrow on Wednesday at one of the livestock barns, like Hercules cleaning up King Augeas' stables.
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After winning a blue ribbon in her own age-group, Ella Waterhouse, of Korbel, moved to a higher level of the Boer goat showmanship competition. Here she is keeping an eye on the judge while keeping her goat in a "brace" pose.
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Justin Noga, of Arcata and the Arcata Bottoms 4-H Club, led his Boer goat, Thrasher, in the entry-level age group in the showmanship competition.
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Dustin Payne (left) and Nicholas Kohl, along with his daughter, receive the People's Choice Award trophy from Guy Fieri for their Two Guys with Food barbecue at the third annual Surf & Turf BBQ Contest. Kohl owns Oberon Grill in Eureka.
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Guy Fieri (right) handed out the Grand Championship Award trophy for barbecue to Cam and Mike Barrer and Jennifer Grandy (all of Ferndale).
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Luke McCanless (holding his son Rooster), of Ferndale, received the Reserve Grand Championship Award trophy from Guy Fieri for his ZZQ barbecue.
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Lots of hardware, including the Grand Championship Award trophy for barbecue, was awarded to Mike and Cam Barrer and Jennifer Grandy.
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Oriana Mora, of Fortuna and the Hydesville 4-H Club, discovered her Boer goat, named Lauren, was eating her blue ribbon that was awarded to all participants in the entry-level age group in the showmanship competition. Oriana was wearing a belt buckle awarded in the Round Robin competition to her mother, Krissy Mora, back in 1996.

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