Mike's Maze in Sunderland, MA is another fun fall weekend trip. If you haven't already guessed, it's a corn maze that they cut a different design into each year and have games to help you navigate along the maze and win a prize at the end. This year, the maze's theme was Noah Webster. If you're not familiar with Mr. Webster, he was the founding father of the American English dictionary. As you can imagine, the puzzle contained clues related to the English language, specifically, spelling out 24 original American words Mr. Webster included in his first dictionary in 1806. I consider myself to be pretty smart, but English was my least favorite subject in school. Odd how I can be so bad at English, and yet still decide to publish a blog at the same time. What can I say, spellcheck is a wonderful thing. Once in the maze we caught onto the game quickly and had a good time finding each clue. After we finished, we picked up our small pumpkin and ate at a local pub. All in all it was another fun fall day with friends. Click here to be taken to Mike's Maze website and click the image below to be taken to the gallery.