A Marmot made of Corn!

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My grandma pays for our tickets. The admission for the marmot maze is 10$ for adults and 6$ for a child. But only 4$ if you're a child member.

My grandma pays for our tickets. The admission for the marmot maze is 10$ for adults and 6$ for a child. But only 4$ if you're a child member. We look at the map on our cards and pray we don't get lost! Julian, my five-year-old cousin takes the lead.

 

At a glance, the Morbecai Childrens' Garden maze in Chatfield looks easy, but don't be fooled! You could easily get lost. Once we were out of the 14 0f the maze, we had lunch, and set off in a even scarier adventure, the other 4th! Isabella, my sister, gives me a scared look, "I bet there are ghosts here!" she says. Well, that's more or less likely.

 

Oh, I have a tip, please go to the maze on a cool day! There is no wind to keep you cool. Hannah, my other sister, uses a broken corn stock as a walking stick. Uncle Lucus leads us though, and we walk on. We think we're about half way, but we're almost there! Sighs of relief can be heard up ahead. The clearing is seen! "YES!!!!!" Hannah yells. Finally in the shade of a tree, we enjoy a nice, long, cold drink of lemonade.

 

We go back to the car, happy that, for once, we made it though the maze! The sign by the gate says: "Open, Fri:4-9pm, Sat:noon-9pm andSun: noon-9pm."you don't want to forget those dates because you might want to go, too.