Shriveled Up Corn Stalks

I don’t think the corn looks very good but we had five inches of rain last week. When I returned from Vegas last Sunday my rain gauge was to the top. I’ve never seen it that full before. I was happy to have missed the rain.

I have to admit I don’t know anything about the growing process of corn. I was going to google it but I never did.

It’s been cool to watch it grow and change. I can’t believe it’s almost harvesting time. Where did the summer go?

I think it would be cool to see the corn being harvested. Maybe I’ll drive around this weekend to see if a field is being harvested. The farmers around me don’t grow corn.

I wish I knew someone who had a farm. I would love to ride in the tractor with the farmer when they were harvesting the corn.

Crap! I thought I published this. I must have forgot to hit publish.

Hitting publish now. 😊

8 thoughts on “Shriveled Up Corn Stalks”

  1. One windy day find some backroads lined with dry corn. Pull over, open the windows, and turn off the car and listen. The wind blowing through the stalks is one of the most magical sounds you can hear.

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  2. I grew up around farm fields of corn, but never rode in a tractor. Like Claudia mentioned, the wind blowing through the dried corn stalks is mellow to hear– unlike the sound of the tractor engines. πŸ˜‰

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