Weird and Wacky Festival Activities
Hooray for summer with activities ranging from camping to visiting a water park. Perhaps you enjoy boating, swimming, or hiking. Would you choose a motorcycle ride or a bicycle ride? How about attending local or out of state summer festivals?
There are plenty of festivals throughout the United States. You can attend a small town kiddie carnival or The Burning Man art event that, with the growing attendance develops a temporary community in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada each year. The Frozen Dead Guy Day in Nederland Colorado boasts a parade of hearses and coffin races, and don’t forget to enter the chicken dance contest at Mike the Headless Chicken Days in Fruita Colorado.
Most festivals boast an eating contest. Oklahoma State Fair has a fried okra eating contest and the Dallas Texas State Fair has a jalapeno eating contest. Imagine stuffing yourself with pickles at Picklefest in Atkins Arkansas. The grossest think I’ve ever personally watched is the brat eating contest at Sheboygan Bratwurst Days. Without a drink of beer, the winner ate 58 brats in ten minutes. I wouldn’t be able to do that without a little projectile vomiting. Whatever summer activities you choose, I hope they find you safe and happy. I would love to hear the name of your town festival, a unique activity, or an eating contest. Please share!
In my Suspense Thriller: Bolt Action, sarcastic Detective Leslie Bolt enjoys summer activities of motorcycle riding and the sensual activity of paint drumming. She is a gun hording, Harley riding, detective with as much insecurity as the rest us, except that she tries to mask it with a tough outer shell. Leslie Bolt is forced to work a serial murder case with her ex-lover, and as the body count mounts she races to capture the “State Quarter Killer” before her sister is the next victim. Bolt Action is available at Champagne Books buy link http://www.omnilit.com/product-boltaction-426568-152.html or http://www.amazon.com/Bolt-Action-ebook/dp/B003IXGWRG
Author Victoria Roder enjoys hearing from readers and can be reached through her website at www.victoriaroder.com