Labyrinth Project

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After further observation of the labyrinth location, we have decided to move it to another site. Initially, the meadow (which we cleared decades ago in order to create more open grass lands), was going to remain natural for grazing deer and elk. But looking closer at the sight, the meadow is now thriving with very healthy sage brush, new Douglas fir sprouts, grasses, wild flowers, and all of this habitat has enhanced insects, rabbits, bees, bird nests, etc. So the idea of striping it again is not appealing. We are currently looking for a more appropriate location and after the snow all melts we will choose a new spot. This photo gives a very general idea of what we are moving towards. [insert image]