“Deb walking a rock maze😵” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – False Creek Seawall

Looking closely at the Centre of the Vancouver Public Labyrinth, it appears the giant dinosaur egg sized stone I placed right in the middle has gone AWOL.

Aw well.

I’d like to replace it once I am back there.

Now I wonder how the experience of arriving at The Centre, the Goal of the Labyrinth, has changed for Vancouver’s Labyrinth Walkers?

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Deb walking a rock maze😵

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