John Calipari’s Face Appears In Cornfield
John Calipari not only is one of the coolest coaches in college basketball… the man has his own special edition Mustang and bottle of Maker’s Mark, but the coolest honor all could have been by the owners of Lexington-based Kelley Farms, who’ve some managed to carve Calipari’s face into a 10-acre cornfield.
And this is nothing new for the Kelley family, that is carve people’s faces into cornfields. The do it every year as part of their annual Giant Corn Maze celebration… past honorees include Daniel Boone, Abraham Lincoln and Henry Clay.
So just how do they do it…
To carve an image as intricate as this into a cornfield requires weeks of planning. Once the Kelley family plants the corn and designs an image, Debra’s son-in-law Jack Lane begins the painstaking three-week process of staking out the field and mathematically figuring out where to cut.
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