The Erie County Fair has come to an end after it's very successful twelve day run in Hamburg, New York. The weather was mostly decent for the fun of the fair and after two long pandemic years, it sure was good to get back to the fair.

From the concerts to the food, thousands visited the fairgrounds to enjoy something unique or something traditional. But the one thing that draws a large crowd every year is the final day's highlight. The World's Largest Demolition Derby was held on the last day and it didn't disappoint. With two sessions; an afternoon and evening, the demo was packed with colorful cars and rowdy fans. There was even a Bills Mafia car decked out in red, white and blue.

Bills Mafia Joins The Demolition Derby

We had a great time at the fair and although the weather still looks rather warm for the next week or so, the end of the fair equals the unofficial end of the summer here in Western New York.

But don't get down. There is so much to look forward to this fall around the Buffalo area. The Buffalo Bills look to be one of the best teams in the league and we can't wait to get the regular season going. But beyond the excitement around the Buffalo Bills, we have all the great fall farms, corn mazes, festivals and some of the best weather of the year to look forward to.

I would imagine that the fair had a record or near record attendance. We don't live far from the fairgrounds and the parking lots seemed to be full all day, every day.

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