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“We found this super fun Rock Maze down at Olympic Village . . .” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

View this post on Instagram We found this super fun rock maze down at Olympic Village. We also found a really stubborn goose who refused to get out of the maze so gigi could finish it. We both hate geese after some angry ones chased us one time. This was gigi giving his best dinosaur […]

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“Mom Life” – Vancouver Public Labyrinth – False Creek

View this post on Instagram #yvr #momlife #vancouver #vancity #falsecreek #rockmaze #sunsout #bluesky 🤗 A post shared by LA Woman. Vancouver Transplant (@m11nt) on Mar 19, 2019 at 2:52pm PDT

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“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, […]

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“Geese in the rock maze” – David Laulainen – False Creek Seawall – Vancouver Public Labyrinth

Geese in the rock maze #honkhonk #falsecreekseawall #olympicvillage #canadagoose A post shared by David Laulainen (@davidlaulainen) on Apr 30, 2018 at 5:18pm PDT I made a quick maintenance visit to the Vancouver Public Labyrinth. Found only a few stones were out of place and easily re-positioned them back into place. While walking it this evening, […]

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“Supposedly back in the Viking days there were many of these rock mazes by sea shores to trap evil spirits…” – Kirsi Rebekka Halme – Vikingeskibsmuseet i Roskilde, Denmark

“Supposedly back in the Viking days there were many of these rock mazes by sea shores to trap evil spirits. Here’s how they worked: A Viking slowly walked in the maze. His evil spirit followed him in. The Viking then started speeding up and running and eventually ran out of the maze. Because bad spirits […]

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