Yesterday, my coworkers and I drove up to Fresno and we have been working here and in surrounding areas.
FYI: There is nothing up here.
I probably drove over 100 miles through farm land. Then we hit the city of Corcoran: the farming capital of California. Guess what season it was in Corcoran? Yellow butterfly mating season. Yes. I have a thousand little yellow butterflies on my windshield, and they aren't just hanging on for a free ride. They'll be scraped off tomorrow at the local Chevron.
Then we drove by the Land O' Lakes farm... the Land O' Lakes farm. Don't know what Land O' Lakes is? Go walk through the butter isle next time you're at the grocery store. Think of me, and that I drove by the dairies that produce that butter.
It also hit 100 degrees as we were driving around.
Too bad I didn't have any popcorn.
(I don't know how many of you get my humor... I feel like I need to explain the joke: Land O' Lakes butter + hot weather = buttered popcorn. I'm lame.)