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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2009

An A-MAZE-ing Adventure at Meadows Maze!

On Thanksgiving Weekend we took the opportunity to pay a visit to Meadows Maze in Pitt Meadows before beginning the arduous task of cooking our Turkey!

Goat surrounded by Chickens at Meadows Maze My better half loves farm animals and the animal barn was spectacular! We got to walk among goats, an alpaca, a donkey, pigs, chickens and bunnies! The farm used a lot of puns (most of which were pretty funny, like the Lions GOAT Bridge and GOATel 6) throughout the farmyard and gave people of all ages the opportunity to feed and pet different animals.

Meadows Maze Entrance to the Corn MazeOutside the farmyard there was lots to do! We originally had figured we would be there for two hours but it was not enough! We took a ride on the barrel train with old drums painted like cows (and with very bowvine-esque names), saw the hayride and corn maze train (we ran out of time before we could go on those!) and had a small lunch at the barbeque.

The Corn Maze itself was pretty spectacular and large! I like the different themes Meadows Maze does every year - 2009 was the Golden Ear's Bridge and every person who goes through the maze gets a postcard of an aerial view of it. We had lots of fun finding all the stamp stations although, as it was the end of the season most of the maze had 'cheating' paths broken into the cornstalks which was disappointing but also unsurprising as that happens to the best of them! It took us roughly an hour to get through the maze and it was a lot of fun (and tiring!).

I think hands down our favourite activity was the Corn Cannon. We bought tickets when we arrived but didn't get a chance to use them until the end of our trip. We all had three shots and between testing them out and shooting the targets I was very impressed by these machines! We would have bought more tickets but unfortunately, we had to go home!

We really enjoyed our trip to Meadows Maze and can't wait to see next years design!






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