Today, m. Friend Rhonda, her son, Christopher, and I headed out to the local corn maze. It’s a beautiful day here in Wyoming, and thus making it a perfect day out at the maze.
As we walked into the grounds they had concessions, places for photo ops, and a huge area just for the kids to play. The hay bale castle is pretty impressive.
We received our “map,” and I use the term loosely as we entered the corn maze.
Yeah, if you can follow this thing you’re doing better than I. This thing was ridiculous. But, we took our map and got ready to set off on the corn maze adventure.
Needless, to say, my corn maze map reading skills are not up to par. As we somehow ended up coming out on the other maze’s exit. Not sure how that happened, ok maybe it had something to do with the cutting through cornstalks when we came to a dead-end here and there, but either way we came out on the maze that we didn’t start with exit. Although, I’m going to say this was a success. We made it to an exit, everyone from our party made it back unharmed, and it didn’t take us days to find our way out. See complete success.
I seriously contemplated hopping on this guy and going for a spin, okay not really, but the kids looked like they were having a blast.
After we finished up depending on how you look at it, disastrous or successful corn maze adventure, we loaded ourselves onto the hay wagon, and set out for the blob and petting zoo.
Once off the wagon, Christopher jumped at the chance to try out the blob. The blob, was definitely a popular attraction.
We followed the jumping on the blob up by going through the petting zoo. Be prepared for the cuteness that is barnyard animals.
It was an excellent day spent with friends outdoors on this gorgeous fall day in Wyoming.