Yesterday, my daughter, Kristen and her four children, came to spend Halloween weekend in Georgia. So we were looking for something to do Friday night and I heard my co-workers with school age children talking about a field trip the kids were taking to a corn maze in Hahira. (Hahira is a small town in Lowndes County, GA about an hour west of us, and where my Mom grew up.) So I googled it and found out all about and we headed to the maze around 6. So it's getting dark here about 7:15 here now and we got there just before full dark.
We go into the maze and luckily the people at the CornFusing Maze have flashlights available to use. So my poor husband has to carry The Hulk on the hour+ we spent in the maze. Some of the time I led, some of the time Tall Girl Carter and Princess Rosie led. Well one time Tall Girl gets ahead of us and meaning to scare her Mama, scared the pee out of both of us. Well, not literally, but almost. We had to stop for five minutes at least until we could quit laughing. So Tall Girl thinks this is a great thing and decides to try to scare us again, which we were on the lookout for, but these two teenaged girls got between us and Tall Girl and she jumps out and scares them. Haha They got her back in the corn kernal silo, seen behind them in the picture above. Yes, corn kernals that are dried and hard! That was a fun time and the great thing about this maze is that they donate $1 for every student that visits, plus $1 for every one that student brings to Lowndes and Valdosta Schools. Here are a couple more pics from the CornFusing Maze visit.