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Melissa Session

OK so you're in London. Wow. I am in San Diego. I had no idea what you were talking about till I clicked on your link and read this. Sounds like a great experience. Something different to do, at least way different than anything in Southern California. Blessings, Mel

Andy Dodwell

Looks great- the labyrinth in my back garden is just about grown out now, i've used it a few times for personal prayer and with our house group...

Thinking i'm going to use the Millenial labyrinth shape on the beach next week, it can be used by more people at the same time. if you've any tips on marking that one out without using the grid of strings and tape i'd be happy to hear them- thinking of using a yard brush to make the path and marking the boundaries with drift wood and stones...

jonny

make sure you take some photos! i have never laid out that pattern believe it or not because we have a cloth...

Andy Dodwell

sure thing, will take some and post them on my blog...
i've adapted some of the text that was used for the millenium labyrinth (a few of the stations and text referencing to them just don't work outdoors!)... hope thats not a problem. i'll be upfront about where its come from, so any blame/ credit will be shared!

have a good weekend in New Yoik

Andy Dodwell

http://thesevenchurchesmissioncommunity.blogspot.com/ should take you to the post with a couple of pics on our community blog.

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