The lumberjack competitors started to disperse, quickly fighting through squads of onlookers to join their favorite event. The log float contest outcome depended on the river’s current and even the most unctuous of competitors didn’t look ahead with confidence to the outcome. However, the crowd would never tire of seeing the swarthy contestants knocked off their rolling feet, doused. Many layers of thick wood were bonded on the targets for the contest of axe throwing. The lumberjacks yelled “yeet” as they threw, meaning to add accuracy to their powerful arm strength.