The village parade is over. Lots of emergency vehicles with bells and whistles, and sirens.
Big trucks that bend in the middle and go shoo, shoo.
Motorcycles of all descriptions and hordes of kids on bicycles. An airplane, antique cars, visiting dignitaries (elections in Nov), even a couple of dogs.
Things are quiet right now. A ball game with loud trucks and screaming kids and women went until one AM last night. Mud runs and tractor pulling later this after noon. All the various booth functions are going on right now and the fishing contest is about to end in an hour or so.
The four wheelers lost their flags and, because of the drivers restrictions on public roads, many of the teens thinking they’d get to drive in the parade were dissuaded by the sheriff.
Which might be a good thing.
A late night activity, other than another ball game, is the hay ride.
And then we can wait with bated breth of next year.
Speaking of bothersome things
Sony CEO Says Pokemon Go Is a “Game-Changer,” Talks Company’s Own Plans for Mobile
Kaz Hirai says Sony plans to “aggressively” get into mobile gaming; report also says PS4 Neo may launch this week.
To which one can only say; Oh, Christ.
From the reaches,