On Saturday we celebrated the birthday of our friend Rachel by joining her and some other of her friends at Davis’ Farm for their corn maze. I’ve never been in a corn maze before! We entered the Lost Vegas maze and were led into a small wooden green box where we were played an introductory video.
The video was funny in a silly lame-on-purpose type of way. The employee girl who talked to us was funny in a I’m-silly-in-a-sorta-high kind of way. After the introduction, we started wandering through the maze. There was corn everywhere!
Here’s a picture of Gyodi wandering through the maze.
Gyodi is a stranger, but she seemed nice and I carried some apples for her. All of Rachel’s other friends (including the many other Rachels) were fun to hang around with. Liz taught us all how to do a bumble bee dance.
Eventually we got to a bridge so we could look around from above.
Wow! That’s corn!
Eventually we found our way out. And by found our way out I mean after two hours we asked for help and took a shortcut out of the crazy corn entanglement.
After the maze we weren’t done with the farm. Slow down!
“Saddle-up folks ride safely” — I didn’t know that saddle-up folks ride safely. To tell you the truth I don’t even know what a saddle-up folk is. Anyways, we went apple picking (remember I carried Gyodi’s apples?).
After Davis’ farm we went back to Rachel’s and had some chips, dips, fajitas and homemade ice cream. We also watched sticky-animal things race down the wall.
I wonder which won! They never actually moved from the spot I threw them on.
The food was good and it was a fun time. One of the Rachels was another Brandeis Rachel we know (gasp! Another Rachel from Brandeis?!?).