Cycle Life Challenge Ride #6 (Updated)
Which wasn’t going to be a Cycle Life ride until I saw something out of the ordinary. Very strong winds yesterday (almost Minnesota strong). Got a ride in early before they really got rolling.
Breezy again this morning, but not a huge deal. On the way out of town I saw this:
What is called Trash from a cornfield across the road to the south blown into and interwoven into a chain link fence at the HS soccer field
A vanishing point fence line as well
A little farther west
Corn leaves and husks interwoven in the chain link fence
Answers the question, who/how will they clean out the fence?
The next day the wind reversed and blew most of the debris out
The harvest is well under way here:
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6 response to “Cycle Life Challenge Ride #6”
Your photo of corn detritus woven into the chainlink fence is a gallery-worthy masterpiece of modern art!
Thanks to the master his-own-self! You have quite a few in that category — the Equinox one, and the uprooted redwood tree come instantly to mind, there are many others.
Hope things are going well in VA.
I keep thinking about what a job it would be to clean all that stuff out of the fence.
I had that thought too, and there are more fences around the school similar to it.
That is quite the wind there Rich. Natural woven art work in a fence might be a good title ;’-).
That is a great title!
Years ago I saw corn trash meshed into some hog wire fencing and thought it would have made a great photo, no camera that day.
That type of event doesn’t happen very often.