No-one likes being bored. It is not necessarily a destructive emotion (although the producers of Fight Club might disagree) but it does compromise your existence, no matter what your age, level of education, skill set, income or company. Of course, when you are on a farm, it is somewhat easy to imagine that one can get bored relatively easily. Stuck on a remote location in an environment where thirsty and repetitive work is the rule of the day, it is all but inevitable that one will eventually turn to unconventional use of common farm products if its means attaining the amusement that they yearn. Indeed, there are pictures on the Internet that show what wonderful works of art certain farm kids have made using haystacks. Get out the paint and start applying facial features to the side of a haystack; or get more adventurous. Some people like to make statues with more than one haystack, but there are also impressive life-size sculptures of a satellite dish, a rocket ship and even a ferris wheel! I’ve also seen a picture of a motorbike on its side with two Wellington boots sticking out of a nearby haystack, as though it were the result of a quite unusual accident!