To pay tribute to Sesame Street’s 40-year contribution to children’s television, the Hunter Brothers, who own a farm in Florenceville, New Brunswick, have designed a very special corn maze. Hidden in their six acre cornfield is the likeness of the adored the Sesame Street Muppets. The maze opens this September.

To pay tribute to Sesame Street’s 40-year contribution to children’s television, the Hunter Brothers, who own a farm in Florenceville, New Brunswick, have designed a very special corn maze. Hidden in their six acre cornfield is the likeness of the adored the Sesame Street Muppets. The maze opens this September.

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Posted on Tuesday, 24 August
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    Now this could have made for an interesting M. Night Shyamalan movie…
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    This is amazing.
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    whaaaattt?!?! Sesame Street is 40 years old. man. i’m old.
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    NIFTY.
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    This somehow reminds me of the hay maze in Gilmore Girls and how I really wanted to go in that maze and sing the lazy...