On this long-awaited day, December 21, 2012, I thought I’d step aside from the doom and gloom and revisit summer games held in a little Arizona town called Eager.
Each summer I look forward to Eager Daze, where adults and children compete to have the most fun, especially during the traditional Egg Toss.
Future ranchers work out their moves.
Obviously not the easiest job on the ranch.
The littlest ranchers watch and learn.
Sheep and the child are off into the great arena.
This boy has been studying rodeo technique.
With the luck of the draw, you might just get the sheep with the most bleat.
The youngest log cutter was not impressed with merely placing among the finishers. He really thought he should be number one.
There is still time to dream of becoming a genuine Mountain Man contestant going from town to town. I saw this log cutter at the next event hundreds of miles away a month later.
Hope you are all having a delightful time on this greatly anticipated day. I’ll be questing for orbs tonight, how about you?
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I’m an orb questor for sure too! And will definitely be out tonight too.It won’t be for long is this strong wind doesn’t let up.
Oh, good, nice to have some company! Maybe you’ll get some windblown orbs…