We had a wonderful Stake Conference in Othello this weekend. Here is a look at what’s going on around us here in beautiful central Washington. First a bird’s view of Othello, showing the crop circles and agriculture:And here are some ground views of the area:
Thank goodness for good water. The crops are feeling full and heavy after this glorious summer. Harvest is coming.
Here’s an interesting article about the volumes of hay exported to Japan and Asia. On any given day we semi trucks loaded with bales of hay going and coming. It’s stored under tarps. Much of the hay is grown in the Othello area.Alfalfa field:Potato field:Rogue corn plant in a potato field.Field corn:You can see the curvature of the crop circles:Yellow and red onion fields:
On the way back home we watched the hops near Moxee climb up the twine. Read more about hops here:
When we say “the field is white, already to harvest,” it takes on new meaning in this fertile agricultural area. It’s nice to be here.