Originally uploaded by shersteve.
Disclaimer: This picture did not come out the way I would have preferred. I need to be patient and wait until we return to central PA to get another opportunity to get a better shot of a marshmallow farm.
Yes, a marshmallow farm. See the white line. It really is a stack of large (and I mean really large, like each one is over 6 foot tall) marshmallows. They grow on the farm usually along the edge of a corn field like this. It helps provide the farmer a cash crop and helps to really utilize each square acre of farmland.
Sometimes you can see the marchmallows when they are green but they ripen quickly so green one are hard to find. This is a ripe batch ready to be loaded onto a truck to be taken to the factory where they are cut into little pieces and put into the plastic bags for the supermarkets. And utlimately to be used around the campfire, of course.
PS - and if you believe that one, I do have a bridge for sale!