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A Slight Delay…

There will be a slight delay today for the Card of the Week post.  I am joining my Circle this morning to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy, by working with a local group, SEEDS.  We are building a public garden and labyrinth together.

I’ll post the card later today.  Hint: It’s a good one and it will be worth the wait!

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  • January 18, 2010, 9:46 am catherine

    wow, how absolutely beautiful! thanks for sharing about SEEDS and the labyrinth… may such community sharing be germinated throughout our communities.

  • January 18, 2010, 10:04 am Arie

    Hi Beth,
    Vow, what a beautiful labyrinth!
    It also looks so perfect geometricaly.
    What did you use? Hay?
    Would this be an eleven circuit one?
    Did you walk in at daylight or during the night?
    We did one here with flour and it didn’t come out that simetricaly.
    Please tell me more.
    Arie

  • January 18, 2010, 11:22 am Kendra

    where?

  • January 18, 2010, 12:06 pm Beth

    Hey, everyone! Thanks for your interest!

    This is a long-term project in collaboration with SEEDS of Durham, NC. I have to say, The Dragons Cauldron is pretty good at measuring and building labyrinths! We’ve taught it twice at Pagan Pride Day, for instance!

    This one is just off I-40 and Hwy. 54 in Durham at Leigh Farm. SEEDS recently acquired several acres of land from the farm to build gardens in. Our service project is to create this 7-circuit labyrinth, and the “walls” will be planted with flowers and produce that SEEDS will sell at the Farmers Market.

    In this photo, we had just done an energy clearing / blessings and then we were laying out the outline of it (last fall), with straw. Today, about 30 of us showed up to haul 2 two-story (or so it seemed!) piles of compost, burlap sacks for mulching, and more manure and compost – building the beds that will be planted in the spring.

    It was fabulous: good muddy hard work, and an AMAZING gorgeous day – sunny and temps in the 50s! If my camera still works (alas! I dropped it face down into the mud!!!), I’ve got some photos if you’re interested. I may post them on Facebook after I shower, eat and post the Tarot Card of the Week! 🙂