Man’s Marriage Proposal, Plowed Into a Field, Has 150-Yard-Tall Typo

From ABC News:

Loren Lentz, of Clayton, Wash., literally plowed his way through his proposal.

By any normal standards, Lentz’s creative idea to plow his marriage proposal into a 200-acre field just outside of Deer Park Airport would be enough to sweep any farmer’s girlfriend off her feet.
However, after spending an hour and a half in his tractor getting the “Jody Will U Marry Me” message just right, his 10-year-old daughter, Hailey, pointed out one rather large, and distracting, major detail.

Lentz, 37, had plowed the “J” in his girlfriend’s name backward, forming an “L” in its place.

“Right off the bat, I just said, ‘No I didn’t,’” Lentz told ABCNews.com. “Then I got to thinking, ‘Oh, no, I did do it backwards.’ My sister said, ‘Why don’t you just take some straw and cover it up and redo the J?’ But it was a 150-yard-long J, so it would take a lot of hay. And it would be a bright straw spot on the bottom. It just wouldn’t look right.”

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