Farmer Uses Corn Maze to Pop The Question
I find it hard to believe that this story happened out of New York and not Iowa. Corn maze marriage proposals sound more like a Midwesterner thing.
Travis Drexler works on his family's farm in Fabius, New York and each year they create a corn maze at Springside Farm. This year, Travis used the maze to help pop the question to his girlfriend.
Using a drone to snap a photo, the maze reads out: "Allie will you marry me?"
The proposal took about seven months of planning. Back in January Travis mapped out the maze on graph paper and then used a lawn mower to carve out the letters in the field while the corn was still short.
"I read it - and then I read it again and again to make sure I got it right. Then Travis got down on one knee, gave me a ring and I said 'yes.'" Allie said to Syracuse.com. "There are no words in the English dictionary to describe how I felt. I am still overwhelmed and delighted."