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The Corn Maize

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Saturday night we went out to Danville Farms in Kilgore to do the corn maize with my mom and her boyfriend. None of us have been to a corn maze before, so we didn’t quite know what to expect. This maze was split into two parts covering 5 acres of land. They passed out question sheets to help guide you through the maze in case you couldn’t find your way out. Every time you reached a numbered sign, you had to answer the corresponding question on your sheet and it would tell you which direction you should go.

My Mom & Bob

Still supporting our Rangers in the middle of nowhere!

We went at night so we used flashlights to find our way through the maze. It was a little creepy walking through a huge field of corn out in the middle of nowhere in the dark. We also took turns scaring each other, too. I probably screamed the most when Billy ran down a row next to me and jumped out and grabbed me when I turned the corner. We all had a really good time though.

Here is an aerial photo of this years maze design.

There were gifts, preserves, syrup, and salsa for sale.

I really wanted some rainbow carmel corn, but I resisted.

Sorry for the dark and blurry cell phone photos, but I didn’t want to tote a lot out into the corn. If you haven’t been to a corn maze before, I would recommend going before this fall season ends. We want to go to another one in Dixie, LA if we get time. They have a haunted maze, but I’m not sure if we will do that one or just the regular one. Either way, I’m sure it will be a blast!

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