October 2, 2012 |
In: Art, Awesome
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I work at a non-profit farm in Charlotte, our corn maze gives us the funding to educate kids on farms, nature, and local history. Some farmers are only able to keep their farms operating b/c of the revenue that a corn maze can bring. We could not survive without ours. Chive on!
I wonder if this was necessary during a drought year?
I prefer maize mazes.
So I see the first one.. and I'm thinking… Wow, that's amazing. Then I see 39 other pictures and I'm wondering.. Am I missing something? This seems incredibly difficult but so many people have the time and are able to do this? I mean, how do you even go about doing something like this? Do you have your own helicopter pilot saying " A little to the left, turn right". Again I ask- AM I MISSING SOMETHING?
I would guess GPS on farm equipment.
#31 just did a mud run here last weekend. Central Valley represent
alot of these seem shopped???
#1 #9 #38 – simply amazing.
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Aliens got too much time on their hands
Fear the turtle! Did any one else catch that, thats awesome.
Uncle Shuck's made it! Badass. I'll be going there soon.
#23 Don't forget to shoot the corn cannon while you are at Uncle Shucks. And go at night, it is better.
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