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Amazing Mazes Made Of Maize

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Nov 12, 2021 at 07:53
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Talk about your tongue twisting title and homophone, maze and maize. You can eat it or get lost in it. Corn is another word for maize and during fall corn mazes are ever so popular. Maize comes in many different colors. Have you tried getting lost in a maize colored maze of maize? Definitely not for the claustrophobic or the directionally challenged.

One of the first corn mazes was started in Pennsylvania in 1993; it has since become very popular and financially mazes in la sound as an investment for farmers. If you never visited a corn maze before, I encourage you to find one and take the whole family this Halloween season. It is inexpensive and lots of fun to be had. Mazes are typically open from September through the Halloween season and the average cost of admission is between 5 to 7 dollars per person.

Every year during the harvest season, all the young people at our church get excited and begin to talk about going to the local farms. Depending on the size of the farm you visit, these corn mazes can be pretty amazing. The maze in Philadelphia, PA started as a relief fundraiser for victims of the flooding in the area.

That particular maze was awarded the "Largest Maze in the World." It is recorded in the Guinness Book of Records.

Depending on the size and the budget of the farmer, they can make their own maze, or have it professionally done. Maze designers use the latest technology such as a global positioning system also known as a GPS in helping them in their designs. The one our church attended, the theme and design was from the Wizard of Oz. This maze was about one acre in length. Such big mazes will have instructions, a map, and a flag provided in case you get lost.

You will become amazed once inside the maze. You are completely surrounded by high yellow stalks of corn. You can hear other people in the maze, especially kids laughing and running and guessing which way to go. If you don't have a good sense of direction and the ability to read a map, you can be lost for hours inside. I do not suggest going through the maze after the sun has set without a flashlight, for this makes reading the map very difficult. Lost in the dark in a corn maize around Halloween, the exact stuff that makes for a good horror movie yes?
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