I don't know about you, but I've been seeing a lot of "Fall Bucket Lists" floating around on pinterest and in blog land these days. And this may or may not come as a surprise, but I don't have an official bucket list for this season. I love almost everything about fall, so I want to soak it in as much as I can.
And what says fall more than a pumpkin patch and a corn maze? (That's rhetorical...)
I've actually never been to a corn maze, other than ones specifically for kids before so I was very thankful to one of my friends who offered me a groupon for admission for two to a local corn maze. It was soon to expiring so she let me use it. (Thanks again!!) I immediately called my sister since I knew she'd have the weekend off and within about 3 minutes, we had plans for Saturday.
Rules for the maze were as follows:
Everyone had a stamp card that was time stamped before entering and upon exit so you could see how long it took you to complete the maze. To complete the maze though, you had to find a total of 16 punch stations and punch your card with the correct hole punches.
In total, if you were to go straight through, I think the maze was about 2.5 miles. It took us about 1.5 hours to complete and I'm pretty sure we walked at least 3 miles, but more likely 3.5. Honestly, I was shocked at how easy it was to get lost and was so thankful to have my sister there to help me figure it out. We had a blast going through there together!
At the end of the maze, everyone got these adorable little stickers that say "I conquered the corn maze!" and having completed it, I was particularly proud of that little sticker.
And I think we might go back. But with a big group of friends in teams to see who can complete the maze the quickest. By figuring it out and not by running, of course, per the 2 mph speed limit. ;)
What a fun fall day!
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