Hearts in the Sand

Beach Heart Labyrinth

The Beach Heart Labyrinth of British Columbia 2010

Jerry Etzkorn, a member of the labyrinth network northwest is familiar with the coastline having lived as a lighthouse keeper in British Columbia at Camanagh Point for the past 26 years. We featured Jerry in our February newsletter as he considers the beach area as his canvas for designing walkable labyrinths.

His heart design comes from a labor of love and if you can imagine having such a daily opportunity for creation as Jerry’s beachfront, it might seem only natural that his Heart on the Beach was a natural evolution.

When we love labyrinths the creation stirs us and inevitably the heart is touched and inspired. Many thanks Jerry for sharing your inspiration…may our hearts be open and inspiration be flowing in the walks of this day.

Stirring the passions,


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