One of the events that I am looking forward to this October is my visit to a local farm to get lost in their corn maze. The Funtober corn maze directory was the first section of Funtober that I worked on, but there are a lot of corn mazes in the United States and I had to move on to other areas before I was overwhelmed. Don’t worry, though. Now that the ground is warming up, and leaves are beginning to return to the trees here in Philadelphia, I’ll turn my attention back to corn mazes soon.
Most of us may think of April 1 as a day for practical jokes. But for American farmers, it is the traditional start of corn planting season. While this year’s warm weather has allowed for farmers to begin to plant their corn crop earlier than usual, the majority of corn is going to be planted in the next few weeks. And U.S. farmers are expected to plant more corn this year than has been planted in 75 years.
With thoughts of corn going in the ground, my attention has turned back to corn mazes for the moment. And you can rest assured that I’ll have the directory and other corn maze content up soon.