Saturday, October 5, 2013

Make it a Fall Family Tradition

My Caldwell, North Carolina, family have worked with the folks who own and operate McKee's Corn Maze in Rougemont for several years. There have been times when Gail, Shelby, Gailey, and Troy have all worked there during the month of October preceding Halloween. The McKee's arrange to have the corn maze haunted during the last couple of weeks and the frightening fun is really ramped up!
As we all get ready for Fall to burst with all its glorious colors, the Corn Maze is the perfect place to visit right now to get us in the mood! Go on out and see Vickie and David McKee and their terrific assistants. Then go back when the place is haunted; you'll make it a tradition in your family!
Judy and Bob Shubert
Granddaughter Shelby Blalock 
Entrance to the McKee Maze
Cedar Creek Farm on Kiger Road
 One Maze Entrance
 White Pumpkins

 One of Two Small Donkeys

 Latta's Egg Ranch
 Rhode Island Red Chickens

 Tractor at Each End of Maze
 Decorated Round Hay Bale
 Shubert Cutting into Hickory Nuts
 Beautiful Annuals
 Neat Gourds
 Locally Grown Pumpkins
 Fall Flowers
 ? Another Exit or Entrance ?
 An Exit
 Pumpkins and Flowers
 Shelby working
 A New McKee's Sign
 Red Barn with Green Roof
 Fall Flowers and Scarecrow
 Those Pumpkins Again
 Hayride Driver
Taking a Hayride 
 Great Pumpkins
 David and Gail Explain the Maze
Those on Hayride Return
Only Few Cars Left in Parking Lot
Going Home for the Day

Taken by Judith Richards Shubert, October 5, 2013, Digital format.

McKee's Cedar Creek Farm;; accessed October 5, 2013.
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