(That is the now World Famous Party Bridge in the distance beyond the rapidly growing corn field.) It is said you can almost hear the corn growing at this stage. It wont be long before the bridge is obscured by the corn.
It also presents a problem at rural intersections where visibility is blocked — for both cyclists and motorists.
This mornings ride was cut short by threatening skies, which ultimately did produce some rain. Later in the day, a ride south on 7th street seemed like the thing to do.
7th is easily accessible and quickly turns into a township road just south of town.
Ive been down this road countless times, but there is always something new to see.
A stroller someone threw into the North Fork?? As far as I know, no toddlers were involved!
Turning on to CR 4000N toward the west an interesting sight appeared;
There appeared to be snowflakes falling from the sky and collecting in drifts at the side of the road.
Maybe its just cottonwood seeds drifting in the air. 😉
Too fast to be photographed were two bluebirds — not seen very often around here.
After a much needed rain, the corn continues to shoot upwards.
Fuzzy grass by a soybean field.
Roadside grasses and soybean field.