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All good things must come to an end, and it's the same for the Georgia National Fair. The last day was also 13WMAZ day where visitors pay one price $16 for unlimited rides.

The Reis family drove up from Columbus.

"I'm with my husband, my son, daughter-in-law, and three grandchildren," says Judy Reis.

They visit the fair every year, part of a family tradition.Each family member has their own must-see.

"My two-year-old, Bo, it's his first. And it's the cows, the chickens, the lambs, the sheep. It's just awesome, and the food is fabulous of course," Judy says.

"I love all the powdered sugar on the funnel cake, it tastes so good," says 10-year-old Sierra Reis.

It's the last chance for visitors to chow down one minute and the next take a spin on a carnival ride. And some vendors are bracing for the final leg of the race.

"A lot of stock, got everybody hopefully rested up, a lot of back up," says Patty Boles whose husband owns Doc's Old-Fashioned Root Beer stand.

The stand, shaped as a root beer barrel, has been at the fair for 22 years, serving up all kinds of sweet drinks, making it a popular place for visitors.

"We're up from last year. And of course the weather has been beautiful. We've had no rain, no cold weather, so that plays into that too," says Boles.

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