First year ever, our corn isn't doing as well as it should. Little on the short side in spots. Always planted a bit late so it stays green as long as possible into October. Pretty worn out by the end of the run. Have discussed building walls in spots. But that could be a lot of work, lot of cost. Most of all, it would change how we as monsters run to and fro. We're good, but even we can't go through walls. Looks like the best backup plan is to use my woods for the haunting this year. Already cut, has for years been my "private" maze. All trails are 6 foot wide and better. But my woods are hilltop property. Flat enough once you're there. So...we're talking of adding a hayride effect up and down the hill. Probably 450-500 foot up, same down. And my property. I want EVERY scene handicap accessible. Will be offering "golf-cart ride to the handicap" is we do the woods this year. Monster driven, photograph given. we've had parts of it for wheelchair access before. Never the whole thing. I feel that there may be many people with slight handicaps who would love to be able to take part in a haunted halloween. Three golf carts here with seat belts. I don't know of a single Halloween activity in the area that can accept handicapped people. And my woods is quite a bit larger than the cornfield. We can lay out some props that have not been used for years. There's a real cool troll bridge. A few complete room displays stored away. So tonights question to you is, Would you enjoy the hayride as extra plus? And for the parents of a handicapped child, if there was a haunted maze in your area that catered to your needs, would you go? Would you seek it out? Still a few weeks to go, and we all hope the corn makes it. But in case it doesn't we now have a backup plan.