A farmer turned a 200-acre plot of land into a giant proposal message, but failed to spot that he had spelled his girlfriend’s name incorrectly.
Loren Lentz, from Deer Park, Washington, spent an hour and a half ploughing a note for his partner, Jody Schaefer, in one of his weed-ridden fields. He was attempting to write: ‘Jody will you marry me? Loren.’
But when he took Miss Schaefer up in a plane to pop the big question, he noticed that he had written the letter J backwards, and she swiftly pointed out that her name was ‘not L-O-D-Y’.