The Labyrinth

The outer circuits are made from  recycled Belgium Block, a heavy, granite rock.  The inner circuits are made of white quartz gathered from the surrounding forest. The standing stone in the center is a solid piece of quartz also from the property.  When walking or spiraling inward, the journey ends at the center. 

 

 


 

 

15 thoughts on “The Labyrinth

  1. Hello Bonnie. :) My name’s Gyslinn. A few of my friends and I were there just a few weeks ago and I’m writing to let you know we all thought your gardens and your labyrinth were amazing and beautiful. :) We all agreed it was a very unique and beautiful experience. Thank you so much for taking your time to show us around and letting us see your gardens! I would like to come back one day if you wouldn’t mind.

  2. Dear Cousin Bonnie,
    What a delighted guest I am to your website. It is peaceful,inspiring, and beautiful. Thank you for sharing your magnificent talents with the world. Marylou

  3. Wow – how incredibly unique and inspiring! My shoulders feel they have dropped a good three inches just looking at the pictures…actually being there must be so tranquil and lovely. What a wonderful idea and image. (and thank you for including the smiling dog!) I look forward to keeping up with your blog in the coming year.

  4. I have enjoyed reading your blogs and feel that you deserve additional recognition. So, you have been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award by little ole me – As explained to me to accept the award; (1) You must list 7 random things about yourself that people don’t know, (2) nominate bloggers to receive the award. I see people nominating 4 to 10 bloggers and (3) post a picture of the award.
    Bishop

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