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Heart mowed into side of hill

Photo by Curt Swarm

With hearts being the symbol of people in isolation from COVID 19, and of people in support of each other during the pandemic, this mower of grass has gone the extra round. A huge heart mowed into the grass on an embankment for a highway overpass can be seen at the intersection of East Henry Street and North Wilson in Mt. Pleasant. The property is owned my Windstream Communications, and the mowing contracted out. Considering the angle of the embankment, this mower of grass combines art, work and love and should be commended. Stay safe.
Photo by Curt Swarm With hearts being the symbol of people in isolation from COVID 19, and of people in support of each other during the pandemic, this mower of grass has gone the extra round. A huge heart mowed into the grass on an embankment for a highway overpass can be seen at the intersection of East Henry Street and North Wilson in Mt. Pleasant. The property is owned my Windstream Communications, and the mowing contracted out. Considering the angle of the embankment, this mower of grass combines art, work and love and should be commended. Stay safe.

With hearts being the symbol of people in isolation from COVID 19, and of people in support of each other during the pandemic, this mower of grass has gone the extra round. A huge heart mowed into the grass on an embankment for a highway overpass can be seen at the intersection of East Henry Street and North Wilson in Mt. Pleasant. The property is owned my Windstream Communications, and the mowing contracted out. Considering the angle of the embankment, this mower of grass combines art, work and love and should be commended. Stay safe.