Ground, crops show trail of damage

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Aerial pictures by Jan Youngquist
















Notice the thin white ribbon from the bottom to top of the picture.  It is where a piece of heavy debris was dragged along and etched the land. Also notice the loopy swirls to the left of the ribbon line. Sometimes the loops were even in size and in a line.  Other times it was like they did a little jiggy dance. The entire 22-mile path from Williamsville to Beason has swirls of flattened crops, and the fields are littered with debris.

Left, lower: Swirl marks are engraved at a 45-degree angle across the upper portion of the dark bean field


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