One of the things I've never thought about with a tornado is where the broken glass ends up. Seems it gets imbedded in the soil ... duh. One of the neighborhood parks in the direct path of the tornado had to have all the sod, mulch, and playground equipment removed because of the abundance of glass slivers. Looks like they are going to rework the soil and reseed. Many home owners are doing the same thing.
Not sure if I've lost my field or not. The tornado filled it with lots of debris ... and maybe some glass. Since I'm about the only one who uses that field for most of the year, I doubt that it will get any special treatment.
Luckily, the carnival and many booths for the annual Washington Cherry Festival utilize "my" field. The festival takes place the last weekend in May. In preparation, it looked like the weeds had been mowed last week. Didn't get a chance to see if the smaller debris had been picked up first ... probably rendered even smaller with the mowing. Will have to visit it in June after the carnival is over to see if it's still acceptable as a flying field.