Second Wheat Formation in Whitefish, Montana

August 28, 2000, pilot Gil Johnson of Kalispell, Montana flew over this second wheat formation in Whitefish, Montana and took this photograph showing no entry or exit tracks. Aerial photograph © 2000 by Gilbert Johnson.
August 28, 2000, pilot Gil Johnson of Kalispell, Montana flew over this second wheat formation in Whitefish, Montana and took this photograph showing no entry or exit tracks. Aerial photograph © 2000 by Gilbert Johnson.

August 30, 2000  Whitefish, Montana - Today I talked with Gilbert Johnson who has been a pilot since 1957 and runs a charter service and flight school out of Kalispell, Montana. He was flying with two others on August 28, 2000 when they saw a second new wheat formation in Whitefish only about 600 feet from the first formation discovered in mid-August. Flying over that first formation, Mr. Johnson and watched his compass shift fifteen degrees while traveling straight south to north, then shift another ten degrees flying north to south. So he tried the compass over this new formation.

 

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