After Sunday’s Drive, Brendan and I went to the Somero family farm, owned by the in-laws of one of the daughters of Brendan’s boss. Each autumn, the farm is open to the public. There is an annual corn maze, a pumpkin catapult, bonfire, and pumpkins and gourds for sale.
Before entering the maze, we were given an incomplete map that we were supposed to hole-punch with different shapes when we had reached certain points in the cornfield.
It was a scavenger hunt: complete with secret hole-punching stations! Brendan was the navigator, and we made it purposefully and safely through the labyrinth.
Once you completed the maze, you earned a prize: candy or a gourd. We both took a piece of candy. Since Brendan had also found the secret spots, we were entered into a drawing for a giant pumpkin!
It was a fun day. I love doing things to celebrate the season.
P.S. Brendan took video of the pumpkin catapult. Hopefully, he will post it soon.