Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Hay is for horses

"Coleman Snyder, 7, of Payson runs through a hay maze with friends at The Country Farm Fest in Payson, Friday afternoon. "It's real fun," Coleman said. "We can run around in it, play hide-n-seek, tag, and more." The Country Farm Fest is an agriculture-based festival held on the Dumas farm in Payson. The event was created to celebrate fall and provide members of the community a taste of country living."

I am attracted to hay mazes. But I always shoot them the same way.

Maybe visual to the readers, but boring to me.

This was for a standalone in which I was sent to a farm that does it big for fall, Halloween.

I couldn't help to think of the last time I went to a pumpkin patch farm and then ended up miserable for two weeks. Miserable because I ended up getting Lyme disease. Friggin ticks!

This time I tried to sicken myself with roadside Mexican food...in a place you'd never expect to see roadside Mexican food - Payson, Utah.

Luckily I lived to tell the tale.


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