People in Iowa also make baseball diamonds in cornfields. True fact. Almost every farm in Iowa has a baseball diamond in a cornfield. They even made a movie about it.
But one of the nicest things about Iowa is Sherry who blogs at Feather Adrift. Nice thoughts, even if some are a little 'Churchy' for me.
But then, any place that doesn't serve beer is a bit Churchy to me and the fact is, if they did serve beer at churches, I might consider christianity one more time.
But they don't. And that settles that pretty much.
But here's the real deal. It seems that Iowa, or at least Sherry's part of it, has had an inordinate amount of snow this winter. A lot. Kinda like a shit load. They are up to their Hawkeyes in the stuff. Ok. And good ol' Sherry and her side-kick, the Masked Contraian, must live by one of them baseball cornfields out in the middle of no where because all winter long they have been sliding off the road, getting stuck in the snow, getting housebound... ohhhh all sorts of stuff. Why.... Sherry has even been writting things like, "There is a certain grouchy grumbling going on here." and "Winter has sucked," and "I look out the window and I see the sea of white" I think it has gotten so bad that she thinks she " lives in a paradox." Not good. I lived in a paradox for a while. Real drafty and shook real bad when the train went by.
S0 just to be a regular guy and try to help out a friend.... I gotz really busy in the OK Workshop and whipped up just the thing for Sherry.....a 454 cubic inch big block Chevrolet V 8 that produces 412 horsepower, 430 foot pounds of torque and can throw snow 50 feet at just 3500 rpm!