Thursday, May 20, 2010

2010 "Amazing Minnesota" Corn Maze

(Thank you to Mr.C from Fort Frances who actually flew his family in to see the maze!  Thanks for such a great photo and we hope you enjoyed the maze and your visit to Warroad!)


smberry said...

Thanks we had so much fun. See ypu at the maze next year.
Clyde, Shirley & Janah

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