From all the comments I've heard and read, it was the best one yet. Although I missed most of it due to a really bad cold, I did get to see a lot of people and even cooked for a couple of hours, but I had to call it a day and return to my hotel room.
The weather was perfect and we had a great turnout, probably in excess of 400. I heard many reports that the food was outstanding.
Mickey announced that this would be his last year to organize the Salado Eggfest. Now that he's retired he wants a less complicated life. He has certainly earned it and has done a wonderful job of making it one of the top Eggfests in the Country.
I'm sure the name of the person assuming the job of managing the Eggfest will be announced soon and I will post it here. Hayden Coburn, Store Manager at Keith Ace Hardware, the Host Dealer, is the likely person but we'll have to wait to see. This was his first Eggfest and he sure appeared to be enjoying it.
And if tradition holds true for the Salado Eggfest date for 2016, it will likely be either March 12th or March 19th.
The Salado Eggfest as seen from Outer Space