We began the maze by relying on our own devices (i.e., our brains) but after walking in several circles and having NO CLUE where we were or how to get where we wanted to be, we realized that we needed more than our little brains to overcome the looming corn stocks.
We also needed more than a little corn snack to re-power our brainage.
(You’re not supposed to touch the corn, but this pitiful, wilted reject had already been tossed —naked— on the ground).
Lowell pulled out his ipod which he had secretly downloaded the map of the maze onto (he is very sneaky that way).
This is the picture we used...
We finally figured out where we were and 46 minutes and 2,746 steps later (I was wearing a pedometer- I didn’t count each step on my own), we successfully navigated our way through the maze.
There was also a cow train and a petting zoo, but small children were starting to take over the place, and we didn't want to get in the way of their cow-train/animal-petting fun. Plus, there's no guaranteeing that we'd even FIT in the cow train...