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On Saturday we drove an hour to Govin’s Farm in Wisconsin. A friend of ours is from there, and she recommended it and met us there. They have lots of great activities for kids and adults, including a gigantic corn maze with a tractor ride to the entrance, animals to pet, pig races, and lots of games like mini-golf, rubber-duck races, and a inflatable platform to bounce on.

They also have little “CORNundrums” scattered around the farm, that are little brain teasers to solve. They each have a picture that illustrates a common phrase, for example, a dog whose body is an ear of corn (corn dog). I just love corny jokes. There were also BINGO cards and activities inside the corn maze. There was so much to do it almost felt overwhelming!

My outfit today was perfect for the occasion. I think it looked appropriate on a farm – not too dressed up or fancy. And was composed of layers that I was able to take off when the sun came out, and then pile back on when it got windy.

Outfit Details

T-shirt Foxy Tee from LoftJacket – Willow and Clay from EvereveJeans – Pistola from Stitch Fix (this review//similar) | Scarf – Target (similar//similar) | Booties – Steve Madden from last year (similar)

There was so much to do we probably could have spent another hour or two there, but Grayson was starting to get tired from all of the running around. There’s only so much corn maze a little boy can take I guess. I’m excited to bring him back next year when he’ll be a little more interested in the maze itself.

Before leaving I picked out some gourds that are now sitting on our dining room table. I just love the natural harvest look they add to the decor. Govin’s farm was a great way to spend the first day of October, and I’m sure we’ll go back again. What are your plans for this month? Will you go to a corn maze too?

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