Know those boring blog posts featuring stuff like airplane wings? Well this is not one of those. Because this is a boring blog post featuring the stuff that lies beyond the airplane wings. Namely:
Could someone please explain to Bossy what she is looking at here? Because this particular terrain dominates the American landscape for hours as one’s airplane crosses the country from ocean to ocean, especially if that one is Bossy on her way home from California.
Are they farms? And if so, why are some of the patches the color of an eggplant while others are neon yellow? Just kidding about the yellow. Bossy wanted to see if her council was still paying attention, because it’s easy to lose all perspective when writing about terrain cartography, a phrase you may be surprised to learn Bossy just made up!
And, like, what’s this?
While we’re on the subject — and just to remind you that subject is terrain cartography — and what do you mean Bossy is beginning to lose it? because clearly Bossy has lost it already — what is this?
In fact, the only thing Bossy recognized from the air during her six-hour journey was this: