The first World Nomad Games

A Kyrgyz stuntman performs during the first World Nomad Games in the countryside of Kyrgyzstan, September 10, 2014. The competition drew hundreds of athletes from 20 countries.…MORE


About Indian Rocks Bridge

We have a HUGE responsibility to protect our children and their futures. Our Gulf of Mexico has nearly been destroyed by the Deep-water Horizon catastrophe and many families here will never recover. Paradise lost, so it goes. I’m doing my best to apolitically educate anyone that cares about the impact on our environment by technology and “for-profit” progress. We forget, too frequently that we SHARE this planet with millions of other life-forms and as the most “powerful” species, we must be more cognizant of our greed versus the well-being of our planet. Thanks again for visiting and please check back often. -Gregg
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3 Responses to The first World Nomad Games

  1. Aw c’mon, think about it ….you’re dealing with Nomads. You’re spending weeks and months alone wandering in your nature, trudging across the tundra, mile after mile, you get a different perspective of what “fun” is – or probably everything else. Us bridgetenders are kinda nomadic, not as nomadic say, as lighthouse keepers (that’s the only job better than mine). Being somewhat nomadic-ish we find different ways to entertain ourselves: (my finest moment) …enjoy


  2. sarasinart says:

    Your bridge, now that’s just neat. Being set on fire, not at all.


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