skies have been clear for the thousands out at the Toad Suck Festival
Close to 200,000 people have made it out over the last three days and there is a lot for those people to do while they're there.
"This is the 3rd day of really great weather which is a change from the last couple years," said Jerry Rye.
Unfortunately good weather means hot weather but festival goers found creative ways of dealing with the heat, but there was spicy food for those who don't mind a little heat.
Those who wanted some shade were able to watch a toad stuck favorite pastime, "stuck-on-a-truck".
"My feet are killing me," said Brandon Curtis who was just un-stuck after three days of hardly any sleep all for a chance to win a truck.
a relief," Curtis told KARK, "It's a little disappointing but it
is a relief."
"I think it's pretty crazy," said Angela Rye, "But I admire them for doing it."
Rye's favorite part of toad suck?
"Seeing all the kids race toads," she said.
It's of course BYOT, bring your own toad.
of course have to check them all for toad-roids." laughed Wayne
But all this fun is for a good cause, the profits from Toad Suck go towards scholarships.
Close to $2 million has been raised in the 31 years it's been around.