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Roadtrip thru the Midwest

Tom needed a minor surgical procedure done, which he had been putting off for several years. The specialist closest to us for that procedure is located in Peoria, IL. So we took US-24 and went on a roadtrip thru the Midwest.
You drive thru small towns, where time seems to be stuck at a slower pace. Along either side of the road, for as far as you can see, there is corn or soybeans, and an occasional herd of cows, or maybe a lonely little patch of wheat.
I noticed a significant difference in height of the corn between Indiana and Illinois. Whatever they're doing in Illinois yields about 2 feet higher corn. Or did they just plant their seeds earlier? 

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