The Plan

Kurt Suchomel, left, and Heather Potter, of Shoreham, try to plot their path from the top of a platform.

Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze had a “Man’s Best Friend Feature” this year. The 12-acre field of corn was cut into the shape of a large dog — and made fun for all ages. Irene Hathaway says ideas happen quickly, “And I decide,” but planning and scaling everything down can take months. Her work has been documented well over the years by a pilot who manages to photograph the finished concept every year. Hathaway does have a suggestion box for next year’s design. And for those who do not like being lost, the petting zoo and outdoor games are always a nice option.

Emma and Jenna

Emma and her mother Jenna Bilodeau take on the maze.

Claire and Ben

Claire McGuigan, 4, of Brandon, gets a push from her brother, Ben, 10, while riding the tire swing.

Jasper

Jasper Mallory, 4, of Brandon, loads up his ducks before racing them down the gutter.

Petting Zoo

Lorryn Trujillo, who is titled “guinea pig and bunny wrangler” at the farm’s petting zoo, holds Mopsy, a Holland Lop breed of rabbit.

Greeting the Day

Greeting the Day

A sheep looks out at people enjoying the Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze in Rutland last weekend. More photos on page B8.

Donkey

A donkey peers into the pasture.

ROBERT.LAYMAN@RUTLANDHERALD.COM

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