Magic At First Light


Few things are as magical as standing in a potato field when the first rays of the sun clear the trees. How do these plants take sunlight, mix it with nutrients in the ground, and make potatoes? It’s like magic. And they do it while looking beautiful to boot. It’s surprising that city parks don’t have huge beds of potatoes. Lining paths and walkways with potatoes would go a long way to relieving the stresses of living in the city. Imagine walking to work and being able to stroll through rows of waist high potatoes the whole way. You’d arrive at work refreshed and with a good attitude. You can’t walk through a potato field and stay sad. It’s just not possible.


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