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Labyrinths: Walking in circles for a sense of direction

Published Dec 8 2014


Photo: insidebayarea

Let’s get this straight. A labyrinth is not a maze, and a maze is not a labyrinth.

A maze has walls, blind alleys and dead ends — and you can get frustrated and confused and lost and end up frozen in the snow like Jack Nicholson in The Shining. Or attacked by cursed hedges and sucked through a magical portal to encounter a reconstituted Voldemort in Harry Potter. Or, at the very least, get stuck for hrs. amid corny twists and turns in the world’s largest maize maze in Dixon every fall and end up calling 911 from your cellphone to get out.


«…maze in Dixon every fall and (reality alert) end up calling 911 from your cellphone to get out.»
It’s not a raceway! my sis joked upon arrival.

Walnut Avenue United Methodist Church…


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