When you get on the other side of the plant, the smell begins to fade, but not entirely. You try to convince yourself it has to be gone given how the wind is blowing. For awhile, you fear the plant you can see miles away in the next town will also be this bad, but as you get closer, the strong yeasty aroma it marked by signs for a corn ethanol company. Still, as you walk your bike from dinner to the park where you'll camp just as it's getting dark, the beef plant smell remains in the air, even seven miles away.
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