Dad out the door.

When my dad was about 6 years old, he went out the door.

The “potato cellar” was a large barn with three floors and a basement- the cellar. Paul, my dad was on the top floor with his monther, my grandmother, called tohim, “Paul, get away from that door.”

 

Paul replied, “Don’t worry mom, it’s locked! Seeeeeeeeeeeeee…” And with that, he promptly fell out of the barn. In the picture below, you can see the door still attached to the barn, right before we pulled it down.

 

Paul was fine, though he received a concussion and I would imagine a fairly torough talking to from his mother.

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Dad out the door.

When my dad was about 6 years old, he went out the door.

The “potato cellar” was a large barn with three floors and a basement- the cellar. Paul, my dad was on the top floor with his monther, my grandmother, called tohim, “Paul, get away from that door.”

 

Paul replied, “Don’t worry mom, it’s locked! Seeeeeeeeeeeeee…” And with that, he promptly fell out of the barn. In the picture below, you can see the door still attached to the barn, right before we pulled it down.

 

Paul was fine, though he received a concussion and I would imagine a fairly torough talking to from his mother.

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How to make a corn maze better.

You just can’t stay the same. If you’re not moving forward, you’re falling behind.

Tough words to hear, but true none the less. We run a successful agritourism operation on our home farm. We’ve been going 13 years and every year, guests ask, “What’s new?”

It is this insatiable desire for ‘newness’ that drives Designer Dave and me (Hugh) to create ever more games and puzzles for mazes.

You don’t have to use our stuff, just make sure you are working hard to make your stuff better each season.

What’s your plan for answering “What’s new?” this year. Drop a line via email or phone. We’ll be glad to talk about it with you.

More to come…