Pathmaking

We’ve started laying in the border-bricks for the labyrinth. Each day as the paths begin to develop, we get more and more excited about the opening on June 18th.

Volunteers are needed for Saturday the 11th, Sunday the 12th, and Monday, the 13th . . . weather permitting. Call 612-872-1292 if you would like to volunteer. We are behind schedule on painting the walls, but I’m sure no one will notice, because the labyrinth will be there, and there are some lovely plants.

More pictures coming in the next couple of days.

Wednesday Rain

I simply couldn’t resist snapping a couple of pictures between rainshowers this morning. Here are some of the plants growing in the labyrinth:

The Hostas we planted last year are coming up quite nicely. Hostas in Rain

As are the Lillies of the Valley:
Lillies of the Valley

We are still targetting June 18th for the grand opening, though there is still quite a bit to do.

Tons of Work

We have the bricks! On Monday, Thraicie and Jane loaded over 2,500 lbs. of bricks (actually paver stones shaped like bricks) and paver gravel into a pick-up truck and unloaded it at Eye of Horus.

They are feeling very Amazonian right about now.

We are now set to begin the actual labyrinth construction phase.