Lacombe Corn Maze Map Edmonton
Location: 5 km west of Lacombe. From Hwy 2 south, take exit 422 to Hwy 12 west; turn south onto Range Road 27-3.
Info: Open from the end of July to mid-October. Closed Sundays. 403-302-1709; www.kraayfamilyfarm.com.
The Lacombe Corn Maze boasts a six-hectare maze of corn three metres tall or higher. Attractions include a corn cannon, pumpkin blaster, giant jumping pillow, and farm animals. You will also find picnic areas with firepits, a country store, concession, and 18-hole mini-golf course. Be sure to wear sturdy shoes for trekking through the corn maze.
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He asserted that the Pluto sank in six minutes, and that they were only about three quarters of a mile astern of her when she struck the mine’. He stated that his vessel was about 315° from her position where the Pluto struck a mine. Baltanglia’s crew abandoned their ship in two boats and local fishermen from nearby Seahouses towed them in, tidal conditions at Seahouses having prevented the RNLI lifeboat from launching. Authorities later questioned the mine theory and records released after the war confirmed that torpedoes from Schepke’s little U19 had sunk the two ships. The wreck, probably that of Baltanglia, is orientated in an almost N to S direction. It lies on a seabed ofmuddy sand and black shells in a general depth of 59 m (LAT). The wreck is intact and upright with midships superstructure still in place and standing almost 8 m high, although much of it consists of steel girders and box-like structures. The cargo appears to consist of stacked tiles of a rubber-like material. Good numbers of fish have been observed so it will make an excellent boat-angling venue. The wreck was identified in 2008 when the bell, inscribed Laatefos, was recovered.