CHARLES CITY, Iowa (AP) -- Noah's Ark, complete with animals and a rainbow, can be found in northern Iowa -- in a corn field.
The maze, which covers eight acres, is on Doug and June Temple's farm near Charles City. They call it "A'Maze'd by Grace."
June Temple told The Globe Gazette of Mason City that the name is appropriate because the idea came from God. She says she didn't know what to do with her life, so she prayed about it. Then, she says, her husband called her attention to several corn mazes he found in farming magazines and the idea grew.
The maze, which also includes posted Bible verses, is open through mid-October. There is an admission charge.
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