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Welcome back any who dared take part in the craziness known as 1 Million Steps to 2017. Over 92 days from October 1 to December 31 of 2016 I set my sights on “hanging a big number” to celebrate a … Continue reading
This is one of three labyrinths in my home town. This particular one, if followed from beginning to end will provide three quarters of a mile of walking. The intent is not for exercise, but for spiritual peace.