Day 136

Ah, yes

August 9th, 2010

Perhaps our final one of these.


  1. John in MI says:

    But you can never have too many.

  2. Marshall in RVA says:

    I’m going to miss those……whatever they are.

  3. Don in Tennessee says:


    Are you trying to be CORNY with this comment. SHUCKS – you were successful!

  4. Gale and Laura says:


    Welcome to and Farewell from the state of Washington. My daughter, Laura, and I were hoping you would come closer to our adopted city of Lynnwood, WA. We hope your cross-country journey comes to a safe and sound end. Have a happy reunion with your family and friends. Please don’t forget all of the new friends you have made during your walk– in person and on your website. Take some time, get some perspective, and let us know about any future walks. Laura and I hope you will keep your website going. After all, it’s always nice to visit with ole friends. Matt, thanks for stayin’ true and keepin’ it real. :-)

  5. Jeff says:

    Moove over I want a try on the last one…..but this one looks different….Hmm

  6. Dionne says:

    my guess either a scale-for weighing an animal or perhaps the grain itself. seems like you would tie something to the posts in front. interesting whatever it is! the crop duster was cool–a few weeks ago we saw a helicopter doing crop dusting–even more interesting :)

  7. Well, to me it looks like another one of those…I’ve made up my mind and I’m stickin’ to it…

  8. Craig from Iowa says:

    It’s a ramp that you back farm machinery on to, so you can do repairs.

  9. Uncle Sam says:

    Looks like a Pigeon landing strip.

  10. Candice in Alabama says:

    It’s not OKLAHOMA, but the corn is high as an elephant’s eye!

  11. katzien in austin says:

    I dunno. Just more funky farm-art.

  12. Barbara Kiviat says:

    I don’t know. You haven’t seen your welcome-home present yet.

  13. deb says:

    Gee…I wish I had one.

  14. Candice In Alabama says:

    Looks to me like a piece of abandoned farm equipment – from a corn thresher maybe? (the part on the ground).

  15. Marty from Montana says:

    I think it may have to do with either irrigation or drainage, my best guess would be irrigation.

    • RAYMOND in ALABAMA says:

      You are right, they hook the long sprinkler systems to it that you see stretched accross fields

  16. Dorinda from Mentor, Oh. says:

    Of what? Some strange things out in a farm field along the path? Of unusual looking objects that no one can seem to figure out. We need the help of a local from there, perhaps the girls from the other day that invited you in at lunch time know? Ladies? Gents? Clues here please? what is it.

  17. Kris from Idaho says:

    The cross bar is a safety stop to keep the center pivot from leaving the field. You can see the tire tracks coming out of the corn field. They are programmed to stop at a certain spot but sometimes they keep going. If you knock a center pivot out of alignment the whole thing will shut down.

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