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  • Lee County High Point, by MountainWoods. My wife is holding the GPSr at the highest point in Lee County, Illinois.  As you can see, since she is about 5 foot 5 inches, the corn is DEFINITELY more than knee high by the 4th of July.  This is typical of the fertile lands of Illinois; but even more so on a rather wet year.Lee County High Point, by MountainWoods. My wife is holding the GPSr at the highest point in Lee County, Illinois.  As you can see, since she is about 5 foot 5 inches, the corn is DEFINITELY more than knee high by the 4th of July.  This is typical of the fertile lands of Illinois; but even more so on a rather wet year.7/4/2014
  • Lee County High Point, by MountainWoods.  My wife is holding the GPSr about 5 feet from the ground, which shows that the GPSr is reading pretty good -- perhaps a foot or 2 too high.Lee County High Point, by MountainWoods.  My wife is holding the GPSr about 5 feet from the ground, which shows that the GPSr is reading pretty good -- perhaps a foot or 2 too high.7/4/2014
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