My husband and I were driving around looking for the place where his test was to be taken, when we saw this small field near an office building with what I first called trees. Then I called them cement trees, almost like small evergreens from a distance, but as we got closer, my husband burst out, "I think it's corn!" I looked, and I'll be darned, but there were rows and rows of cement corn cobs.
The area is on the corner of Frantz road and Rings road in Dublin, Ohio.
It's quite interesting to see one of those spots in America with a bit of history, but still a wisp of fun. It is not quite the biggest ball of yarn, but still something to write home about.