End of Summer – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

My Labyrinth in the Wading Pool in Christie Pits Park will no longer be filled with water this season.

This past weekend,

The Water Pump was shut off officially for this year.

The Wading Pool Labyrinth is now a full time Labyrinth until next Summer.

I usually visit it before and after Wading Pool Season to see what needs to be repainted.

This year,

I visited it once in late July and painted the broken arcs that had white caulking cement pasted over them.

Hopefully I will visit it once more before winter proper arrives to repaint whatever needs refreshing.

The Larger Idea is to paint over my decade-plus old existing Labyrinth design.

I could then paint an entirely NEW Labyrinth Design.

Maybe.

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