Farming represents the great harmony of man and nature. But on some farms, something else is in harmony too. And you won't believe what it is.
During our travels across America, we once camped on a farm for a few days and got a first hand look at farming life. Things are not always as they appear.
In this first part of a two-part series, we examine what really goes on in the silos and grain bins that dot America's rural countryside. What we discovered made us thankful that not everyone wants to be a city slicker. We are also especially thankful for the countless contributions of America's farmers, and for the values they instill in our national culture.
Our thanks to Jennifer and Duane for their gracious hospitality for allowing us to camp on and tour their farm.