Sunday, October 28, 2012

Getting Lost in the Corn Maze

I love fall!  Even if we don’t get the picturesque color changing leaves here on the Central California Coast, we still have all of the traditional fall activities. 

This week, the kids and I tackled the corn maze at Earthbound Farm with some friends – 5,387 times.

Who knew that a maze of corn could keep kids so entertained?!?!

Trenton and his buddy, John, hanging out on the hay mountain.

Walking to the Maze
Charlotte, Marian, and Staci making their way to the maze.

Corn Maze
Five kids ages five and under leading two adults through the maze!

Leader of the Pack
Marian loved taking a turn as the leader of the pack!

Wiped Out
That maze wore Charlotte out!

Mimi and Pops - want to grow some corn behind your house?  Winking smile


James Gibson said...

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The Romer Family said...

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Newest follower here! I found you through the Sunday link up!
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Mimi said...

Mimi and Pops would be more than happy to plant corn behind the house if y'all will move back to Texas to run the corn maze :-)

Nicole said...

Very cute! How fun to let the kids lead you. I have never been through a corn maze. Kind of weird because I'm from Iowa. I'm glad you are enjoying fun Fall activities!

Dawns Disaster said...

Corn Maze? We got lost in one a few years back...I can't seem to bring myself to go in again :( You all look like you had fun, thought :)

Thanks for linking up with Super Sunday Sync! Hope to see you next week!

Jenny said...

Want to talk the Navy into putting a base at Matagorda? :)

Jenny said...

This was my third one to go through - and they've all been in different states - Georgia, Texas, and now California!

Jenny said...

Oh wow! How scary! I've heard of people getting lost in those great big ones. This maze was only half an acre - if that. It was very kid friendly!

Kristiina said...

This looks like tons of fun. I'll have to try to go next year.