Those who waited a long time for the parade didn’t go hungry.
Several thousand parade goers, chowed down on pancakes, ham, and had something to drink at the Dr. Bisbee Memorial Boy Scouts of America Annual Pancake Breakfast.
Some experts say there’s a special technique and style when it comes to making and flipping flapjacks, but Trey Gill with the Boy Scouts says it’s not that difficult.
“It’s not that hard, if you can keep the grills at the right temperature, and it gets hot over these grills, but other than that, it’s not that hard. It’s kind of fun.”
Former Sheridan resident Anna Crabb came back from Charlotte, North Carolina for a morning meal, and says she knows a thing or two about making pancakes herself.
“I make excellent pancakes, so you can mess up but practice makes perfect I guess. There’s little bubbles that form on top and once they pop, if they close together, the pancake’s not ready to flip. Once they pop and they stay open, then you can flip it, that’s how you know it’s cooked. Sometimes they melsh together, or they just go on the floor.”
Ticket sellers that were at the front of the event, say they ended up selling out what they had.