Kolor in Kalamazoo

Trip Start Oct 22, 2009
Trip End Oct 26, 2009

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Flag of United States  , Michigan
Saturday, October 24, 2009

The color of Fall in Michigan was so spectacular, with greater variety of trees than I have ever seen before.





Crains flew across the corn fields stopping in small groups.


Because of wet weather in the spring they
planted the corn late.  Because of wet weather in the fall, the corn still have
a high moisture content.  Anything above 15% and the farmer pays 4 cents per bushel
for each percent moisture.  So, they let in stand until it dries to less then
15%.  Most of the corn has been harvested in the last two weeks.

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Nancy Blogin on

Outstanding! Wish I could have been there to see it first hand, but this is almost as good.

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