My ecological, theological and totally illogical journeyings
I do not think I would use that technique for creating a snow labyrinth. Rather take a ball of wool, and walk a squiggly pattern leaving a trail of wool behind you. Just make sure you stay 4 inches away from any earlier part of your wool trail. Then walk back along the trail of wool and repeat until you have a clear squiggly path. If you want an end point to work towards throw a snowball to where you want it to stop!
That's an inspired idea, Jean. I might give it a go if the snow hasn't melted by then. Shows no sign of that at the moment.
Well, I like your snow labyrinth! It has a unique charm... I'd like to see you walking it!
Not so much 'walk,' as wobble I fear! The snowman is still there. I'm amazed that GP dog hasn't nicked the carrot already.
I never thought of making a snow labyrinth! What a great idea :-)
We'll be needing more snow, then. Everything's thawed out now. It may a a long time before I get a chance to make another one. :)
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