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The Beehive Maze

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For the truly dedicated maze nerds…

 

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Instructions for the Beehive maze

  1. If you are a team, name yourselves.  
  2. Find the Beehive Maze. (Tip: It’s only available from the main maze.)
  3. Find all of the numbers in the Beehive Maze, add them up, and tell the Prize Station staff what you got for a total. (No, we will not reveal how many numbers there are.)
  4. The Prize Station staff will tell you if you are correct, and then will rank you on the Maze Nerdiness Scale. (You must decide whether to brag about your ranking or keep it your own little secret…)

Extra credit

Meet someone you don’t know in the Beehive Maze. Help each other out. Ask them what their favorite Treinen Farm maze has been. (If this is their first time, then ask what their favorite animal is.)  Report your findings to the Prize Station staff.

Prizes

Prizes include gold stars and an abiding sense of personal pride and satisfaction.  The Prize Station staff will award gold stars randomly or as deemed appropriate, according to their mood and/or whim.  You are responsible for your own personal pride/satisfaction. 

Team rankings will be added to the daily Leaderboard on an arbitrary, biased basis.  

I just wandered over here to look for fossils. I don’t know what’s happening.

Professor Sparkles

Chief Paleontologist, University of A-Maze-ing-Ness

“This maze is a-maze-ing in a different way: our main maze is about navigation using a map, while for this maze, you don’t get a map. You need to survive by your wits alone.”

Angie Treinen

Chief Amazement Officer, Treinen Farm

I’ve actually been lost in this maze for over 300 million years. It’s nice. You’ll like it here. Don’t be afraid.

Calymene celebra

State Fossil, State of Wisconsin