Or do you just dread going on vacation and having to leave a refrigerator full of $3 or $4/dozen organic eggs? Here's a handy tip for preserving them from Reader's Digest:
Medium eggs are just the right size to freeze in plastic ice cube trays with one egg in each cell, with no spillover. After they freeze, pop them out into a self-sealing plastic bag. Defrost as many as you need when the time comes.
Though the tip doesn't mention it, I would definitely use a freezer bag
A variation of this method is to whisk the eggs first, like you are going to scramble them, and then freeze as directed above. I'm going to try both ways and see if I can tell any difference. The variation seems like it would be the way to go if you have eggs that are larger than medium. It would also be a good option for taking eggs along in the RV.
"Layin' Like a House Afire" is a phrase I remember from an essay by E. B. White.