"The greatest secrets are always hidden in the most unlikely places."
- Roald Dahl
There are many ways to view our labyrinth dreamfields. The cliff at Face Rock Wayside offers an aerial view of the labyrinths in their entirety. Walking the perimeter of the labyrinth gives you a spatial sense. But walking the length of the labyrinth lets you in on a world that you can not see from the cliff or the edge of the path.
Today concluded the first draw series of our summer season. It came with positive physical distancing learning experiences for the team and the visitors. Every day brought surprises in the best possible ways. If you were not paying attention to the details you might have missed a variety of creatively placed secret designs and treasures. To name a few, there was a tiny pebble in the center of a beautiful raked circle by James. Bethe drew numerous octopus tentacles reaching out from under rocks. Jacque's shell art is always full of surprises and details. Bear tucked white pebbles into a rock stack. There were rows of crab shells, seaweed in turns, a spiral made of limpets and more.
We are already looking forward to our next draw series which begins on Saturday, June 6, 2020. You are invited to walk the sandy path with us and discover hidden treasures along the way.
See you on the sand.