Guess what?

June 17, 2008

Journal, Lauren

Twenty points to the first to guess what these are.  We saw them on our way to pick up Brad at the airport.


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Lauren Sommerer is a preschool teacher who likes to build prototypes, grow cats, cook things once, save money, reduce, reuse and recycle.

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15 Responses to “Guess what?”

  1. Stephannie Said on:

    Parts of a windmill?


  2. Melissa Said on:

    parts of a wind turbine! bizarre to see flying by you on the highway (on the back of a truck of course…not on their own).

    (btw -- new to your site -- love!)


  3. Brad Said on:

    Piles of highway salt being saved for winter?

    How come you didn’t point them out to me when we were on our way back? Were they not there by then?


  4. Peggy Said on:

    Giant water balloons to water the crops?


  5. Curt Said on:

    Bird poop? Very BIG bird poop!


  6. Megan Said on:

    new fangled crop circles


  7. Mark Said on:

    Wind turbine blades being transported on flatbed rail cars.

    Now, the main question is ‘What can I use those points FOR?’


  8. Karla Said on:

    Unmelted snow?


  9. Beth Said on:

    Giant tarps covering hay bales to keep the moisture (and subsequent rot) off?


  10. Lauren's mom Said on:

    Foster farms chicken sheds?


  11. Karla Said on:

    A shrubbery?


  12. beth Said on:

    Well, these are OBVIOUSLY aerodynamically shaped igloos for Eskimos. But I could see how one might confuse these with shoe horns for giants--a common error, not to trouble oneself over.


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