For folks who live near rural areas, nothing claims summer that is late early fall just like the corn maze.
Pack up your family or buddies, drive out up to a nearby farm and start checking out a labyrinth made in a cornfield.
If you are extra fortunate, your maize maze — since they are called in England because “corn” could be the term used for wheat — need a design that is c l after Harry Potter, Napoleon Dynamite or the Statue of Liberty.
To city slickers, a corn maze can appear, well, corny; as an outdated kind of entertainment from a bygone era when people invested their leisure time at taffy pulls and ice cream socials.
But, amazingly, corn mazes have already been growing in appeal for yesteryear 15 years and, based on family farmers like Rick Lattin in Fallon, Nev., they could add a great deal to your bottom line. (more…)