Angled view of the east elevator’s headhouse at the High Plains Co-op’s facility in Meno, Okla.
Horns at the High Plains Co-op’s elevators in Meno, Okla., warn of leg overload. Sensors monitor the situation “so you don’t have to have a man up there,” site manager Matthew Thomsen said. If the horn sounds, “You want to be sprinting.”
Looking through the gap between the main house and storage annex at the Farmers Exchange complex in Helena, Okla. The wind was blowing so hard–accelerating through the gap–that I couldn’t stand quite still while getting the photo.