Hundreds head out to the Equestrian Center each year to celebrate the 4th of July and Sheridan Media's Judy Hagerott was no different. She brings us this report.
We headed out with what it seemed everyone in town to the Equestrian Center to celebrate the 4th of July and see one of the best fireworks show in the entire area. It's just a time to sit back and enjoy, catching up with old friends you haven't seen in awhile.
But getting out of the Equestrian Center once the show is done is a nightmare. I asked around to see if there were any tricks to getting out of there sooner. Travis McKinley uses the time waiting as a study in human nature.
His brother Tyler didn't mince words in his opinion of human nature.
For Brian Cook, it's a matter of cooperation.
Douglas Shelton has been to the fireworks show the last 20 years. For him, it all comes down to patience.
For the most part people will just wait it out until traffic clears including Cody Johnston.
Now, I did find one fellow who scoots out when the grand finale begins. Darrell Smith tells us how.