Monthly Archives: November 2012

Twin Cities at Thanksgiving Time

On a mild Thanksgiving day we took in two labyrinths in downtown Minneapolis.  The first, the Basilica of St. Mary was ingeniously mowed into the side lawn and delineated with orange spray  paint.  From above the design follows a linear … Continue reading

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Tucked into the south courtyard at St. Pius School off Council and Collins is a charming rectangular five-circuit labyrinth.  Newly completed this autumn, this is a culmination of 14 months planning, over 650  hours by 62 volunteers, and $7,000 in … Continue reading

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Solon-Schwab Labyrinth

Mary Ann Peters put me on to this labyrinth providing directions from I-380.  Naturally, I came from another direction and entered into GPS only 245 St. Solon, IA.  Somehow, the GPS knew this was the destination and the “voice” announced, … Continue reading

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Sousa Dedication

All season the Sousa family has regularly visited the Prairie Labyrinth, noting the changes, planting their own and discovering others’ hidden treasures, and enjoying quality family time.  The rewards have been rich for all.  Thank you for sharing!    Following are … Continue reading

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Regis Labyrinth, October 30, 2012

Under clear skies and cool breezes Paula Spaight and I walked the Regis Labyrinth.  A small pile of pebbles lay under the welcome sign.  Sometimes the pile is bigger, sometimes smaller which is a clue to me to look at … Continue reading

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