Introducing: Peter Pan’s Labyrinth! June 21, 2022June 21, 2022Labyrinth Resource Group of Santa Fe 3 Comments Tucked under “3 Bridges” crossing along the Rail Trail near St Francis Blvd and Zia Rd in the Arroyo Chamisa lies the most unique labyrinth in Santa Fe. This work of art by Santa Fe artist and author Johnathan Thompson is “open to interpretation” as your wind you way through it. Johnathon just hopes you find your happy thoughts as you walk his Peter Pan Labyrinth. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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I look forward to traveling to New Mexico and I’d definitely want to visit this labyrinth. I’ll make sure I bring my marbles with me. ~:0)
We look forward to your visit. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org when you do come and we can meet up for a walk!
Hope to see it next week. I find myself thinking about how, in the long view of history, labyrinths “show up” during particularly chaotic periods. I love the idea of folks finding their happy thoughts! Bravo, Jonathan!