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Surprise PhotoBomb in the Laughing Labyrinth

Surprise Photo Bomb in the Laughing Labyrinth. Continue reading

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All Souls’ Day Labyrinth Walk

Reflection on All Souls’ Labyrinth Walk 11-1-2013 Background: In early October I began to plan a walk for All Souls’ Day. From 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The Laughing Labyrinth was open the entire time and I was generally available … Continue reading

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Little Labyrinth on the Prairie

“LLOTP through the eyes of a pre-schooler.  This was waiting in Dominic’s cubby at preschool for me to take home.  I said, “Oh, look at your cool rainbow!”  He quickly corrected me, “It’s a labyrinth.  It’s for you.”  🙂  Don’t … Continue reading

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D1 and D2 in the Laughing Labyrinth

Two of my favorite pilgrims make their first visit to the Laughing Labyrinth.the Souza children often visit the Prairie Labyrinth uncovering treasures, moving them around, noting the growth through the seasons, and taking in nature.  I leave objects for them … Continue reading

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New Mexico Labyrinths and Ineffable Connections

What I learned is that to visit labyrinths is one thing. To actually make a pilgrimage to a labyrinth, or even several, is very different.  I have been a visitor. What are my memories and lessons? Still digesting.  All that … Continue reading

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Tour of Area Labyrinths

  What a day!  A curious gathering of pilgrims eager to learn more about labyrinths met at Indian Creek Nature Center on the 14th – Bastille Day in France!  After a brief overview and orientation, we migrated to the Prairie … Continue reading

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Staff Picnic

Staff, grandchildren and board members joined in for a great picnic and picture at the Laughing Labyrinth.  What a fabulous night for an outdoor event!  Juggle sticks, kids laughing as they cruised the labyrinth, adults considering the plants.

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Walking theLabyrinth

This autumn I have enjoyed walking the labyrinth in the evenings.  Each plant has a memory – bought from Kramer’s Flower Farm and planted last October in a drought which meant the soil was hard as hard can be; donated … Continue reading

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What I Have Learned So Far

First days of Summer 2011 arrived cooler than average (down to 59 degrees in the morning), wet at night with T-storms, and with strong, flag-snapping winds from the west.  A few of the precocious prairie plants have emerged – Purple … Continue reading

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