Thanks to a bout of the plague, jury duty and a pile of growing laundry, I haven’t been able to take advantage of October’s picture-perfect weather. So this weekend I let the dirty clothes reproduce in privacy and headed off to find some fun at The Great Godfrey Maze.
Cut into two trails of a classic car shape and the iconic Route 66 road sign, the maze contains over two miles of twisting turns, dead-ends and traps to confuse and amuse the entire family. As you enter the maze, you are given a sheet of questions to help you maneuver through the passages. Answer correctly at each of the ten marked posts and you’ll be on the right path. Answer incorrectly and you’ll be sent in the wrong direction. But you’ll also get a red flag on a long pole (think of the kind on the back of a bike) that you can wave in distress if you are hopelessly lost among the corn.