I think we ought to live happily ever after Howl’s Moving Castle poster, canvas
Get lost, but wear a mask
But, not every fall event organizer decided against an in-person form.
The Great Vermont Corn Maze in Danville remained open, though it gave a nod to the world outside by spelling out — in corn — a giant thank-you to the pandemic’s frontline workers.
“And by frontline workers, we mean nurses, doctors, delivery people, the poor people at Home Depot that have to deal with the idiots that don’t wear masks,” said Mike Boudreau, who runs the maze.
Boudreau said if the federal government had taken a strong, early stance for everyone wear masks, the corn maze folks would have known months ahead of time how to safely structure the maze, and wouldn’t have had to spend thousands of dollars on signs to make sure that, even if the government’s messaging on mask-wearing wasn’t effective, their customers were still being safe.