Monthly Archives: March 2013


The labyrinth walk today was rough both physically and metaphorically.

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Sleuthing Souzas in the Prairie Labyrinth

Must be spring!  D1 and D2 ventured into the Prairie Labyrinth on the first full day of Spring 2013 and discovered the feathers left for them by another pilgrim in the dead of winter.  Well done! In Kelly’s words:  “Well, … Continue reading

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Such an interesting phenomenon.

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Labyrinth Wellie Walking

  A sure bet I’ll get wet on this walk.  Wellies are great in March during mud season.  Sucking sound of the mud pulling my  boots Both expected and not so becomes a point of distraction.  The center rock gives … Continue reading

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Resting Under The Snow

Spring approaches with lengthening days, dripping icicles, and the call of Cardinals.  Nestled in Edwinna’s backyard is evidence of a charming three-circuit labyrinth.  An impressive evergreen anchors one corner of the yard and labyrinth.  Bricks just poking up in some … Continue reading

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Late Winter Shadows, TraceableTracks, and Eagles Overhead

  Well this is weird!  So, I put the pictures in all at once.  Oh, well.  Today was simply delightful with a warm sun to offset the 2 degrees in the early a.m. As I walk both the Prairie Labyrinth … Continue reading

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