Saturday was a beautiful fall day--maybe even a record high temp.
So, I decided to get everybody's hind ends out of bed and do something. This family has been acting like a bunch of slugs lately. Sleeping late, getting off schedule, accomplishing next to nothing on Saturday.
Thanks to Amy over at Two Maids A Milking, I had the perfect thing to do: Go to the corn maze!
Before we got that far, we piddled around town, running errands and shopping for boots, killing time until The Husband could go with us. Only, his project at work wasn't going so well, so he backed out. Too bad for him!
The girls and I arrived at Kelsay Farms late in the afternoon, to a very toasty 85-degree day.
We didn't have a map (we overlooked them as we came in), so we were at great risk of getting lost in five acres of corn stalks. But, not to fear, BabyD had a plan:
There was a LOT of corn already on the ground!
So, we wandered aimlessly for a while, exploring the maze, sometimes running into the same family going the other way. After a while, I came to the conclusion we were going in circles.
After we passed this spider for the third time!
It was lots of fun!
The best part: The girls decided to get along and leave the bickering behind for while!
We made it out of the maze alive, and went on to explore the other fun Kelsay Farm activities:
LittleD declared herself Queen of Straw Bale Mountain.
Good times--until some kid stepped on her!