I didn’t need my GPS or cell phone in this corn maze, joking aside, so we have heard about a couple and their children that got lost in the corn maze. I’m glad that the news didn’t deter my dad and sisters from going with us. We visited Divine Farms’ corn maze on Saturday afternoon.
Lee and my niece couldn’t see their way out, the corn stalks are a lot taller than they are.
I kind of cheat a little and could see the roof of the barn.
The corn is drying out, I think these yellow corns are used for animal feed.
After walking around in circle, we were glad to see the exit.
I was hoping to see the real pumpkin patch, I guess this makes life a lot easier for us.
If it were up to Lee she would have bought the whole thing.
They also have big pumpkins.
Lee loves horseback riding, she paid $5 for 3 short laps. My dad and I were the only two that didn’t get to ride the horse.
Bo paid $2 for 1 lap.
I’m glad that I had my telephoto lens with me, I didn’t have to lean over the railing to get this shot.
The leaves start to change color in our area. The nights are a lot cooler also.
They have a small barn, this fella is extremely friendly.
The brisket is the part that Lao people called Tiger Cry or Suea Hong Hai in Lao language.
There are many fun activities for the kids.
I think my dad would love living in a farm like this. Devine Farms is a 133 acre family owned and operated farm.
We went on a wagon ride and passed a soy bean farm.
I’m not sure if these were crows, they do love the corn field. I took this shot from a moving wagon ride.
I will add exif data when I have more time.