Last Thursday I bunch of us working decided we were going to head down to the State Fair and badge our way in to get a Fletcher's Corny Dog for lunch. We had to go to a specific gate to park and show our credentials to get in. This meant driving halfway around the perimeter of the entire fairgrounds. No biggy.
What blew me away was that about every 50 yards there was a group of Witnesses standing around one of their book displays. I would say there was easily 6 Witnesses per display. We passed at least 10 displays just getting to where we needed to park. They were at all the parking lots surrounding the fairgrounds and on every street corner. I probably only got to see about 1/3 of all the stands and groups. There were easily 200 Witnesses just standing by their respective stand.
Never once did I see them engaged in conversation with the fair goers. They just stood there and talked with each other. What a productive group.