TLS 365 Experience #192
September 8, 2017
Wanting to find two labyrinths in a town I was passing through, I had the addresses and a map to navigate. The first road was on a one way street. This took several circumnavigational tours down the opposite street and back again until finding the opening was farther down than indicated to cross over.
The next direction met construction rerouting, which looped up, over and back again to drive up another street and over. The third direction dead ended and so a turning around was necessary and the drive back brought us to where it seemed we began. Once the navigational labyrinth had been completed, there was the finding of the outdoor labyrinth on hospital property. After several negotiations, corridors, cut throughs and turn arounds, the small garden setting with the labyrinth was a happy discovery.
Going to the second labyrinth was a route more enhanced by construction changes and lane closures and after the fifth turn around we realized that we had been driving the labyrinth longer than we did in discovering and walking it.
Today’s Experience submitted by:
Josh Plueres, Educator, TLS Member
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