Thursday, November 1, 2007

Amazing Mazes

The San Francisco Chronicle proudly announces that the Dixon Corn Maze (in Dixon, California), 40 acres in size, has been certified as the largest in the world by Guinness World Records.



Far be it from me to argue with Guinness... but just looking at the aerial views, I still say Tom's Maze, near Germantown (and Dayton), Ohio, is still the best maze ever!



Unlike most corn mazes, Tom doesn't just plant a few acres of corn, then cut a path through it. He plans the entire maze in the Spring on a grid, then plants it that way! You not only have fun getting lost, but you are also solving a giant puzzle as you wander through.

Speaking of Guinness World Records, the world's largest permanent hedge maze is the Peace Maze at Castlewellan Forest Park, County Down, Northern Ireland

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At Tuesday, August 24, 2010 , Blogger Sean said...

Corn ... maze .. my, that's marvelously corny. ><

(Dear visitor: Have you heard of Maize, perhaps? Cheers!)

 

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