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    Slug: ROV haymaze 10/18/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Toledo, Ohio CAPTION: Derek Howard, 11, from Sylvania, stops and peaks out of a hay maze at The Pumpkin Patch on Monroe St. on October 18, 2010. The maze, which boasts 1,000 bales of hay, is free to the public. "The smiles that come out that are worth a million bucks," owner Reeves (cq) Box said.

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    Slug: ROV haymaze 10/18/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Toledo, Ohio CAPTION: Brandon Clark, 11, from Sylvania, reacts to running into a hay wall while navigating his way through a hay maze at The Pumpkin Patch on Monroe St. on October 18, 2010. The maze, which boasts 1,000 bales of hay is free to the public. "The smiles that come out that are worth a million bucks," owner Reeves (cq) Box said.

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An-a-maze-ing-deal

Slug: ROV haymaze 10/18/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Toledo, Ohio CAPTION: Brandon Clark, 11, from Sylvania, reacts to running into a hay wall while navigating his way through a hay maze at The Pumpkin Patch on Monroe St. on October 18, 2010. The maze, which boasts 1,000 bales of hay is free to the public. "The smiles that come out that are worth a million bucks," owner Reeves (cq) Box said.

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Brandon Clark, 11 and of Sylvania, pick his way through a straw maze set up in the 5400 block of Monroe Street in Sylvania Township Tuesday.


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Slug: ROV haymaze 10/18/2010 The Blade/Amy E. Voigt Toledo, Ohio CAPTION: Derek Howard, 11, from Sylvania, stops and peaks out of a hay maze at The Pumpkin Patch on Monroe St. on October 18, 2010. The maze, which boasts 1,000 bales of hay, is free to the public. "The smiles that come out that are worth a million bucks," owner Reeves (cq) Box said.

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Derek Howard, 11, joined his cousin Brandon Clark in the maze. The maze is made of 1,000 bales of straw. It is open every day through Oct. 31at no charge. ‘The smiles that come out are worth a million bucks,' said owner Reeves Box.


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