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    The labyrinth's LAST STOP was Tacoma, WA. The labyrinth is now resting on its circular journey, but will continue its path through Washington and eastward toward the Twin Cities soon.

    Please note that since the labyrinth is travelling on a largely uncharted course, occasional unplanned, 'pop-up' walks may also be arranged at short notice for which there may not be time to announce them here. Keep a look out for us if we happen to be passing close-by your neighbourhood, or stay in touch via our Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/labyrintharoundamerica/.

    The labyrinth began its journey at St. Paul, Minnesota on 8th April 2017, and is making its journey around the United States in a clockwise direction. There is no fixed timetable or prescribed route for this journey, other than for planned stops in the immediate future, and for a course that allows for a reasonable momentum to be kept in the journey between states that lie along the path. In other words, proposed stops shouldn't ideally require lengthy cross-state detours, such as to the very south of Ohio when a course from Michigan, through Ohio and Pennsylvania into upstate New York would naturally take a more northerly course).

    The journey is expected to continue into 2018, passing through every state and territory that marks the border of the continental United States: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and finally returning to Minneapolis, Minnesota. In addition, Illinois and Indiana may also possibly lie on the path of the tour, and so might host visits for the labyrinth, as is southern Nevada.

    If you have a suggestion about possible stopping points along this route, or may be able to help find or host a venue space (either indoor or outdoor), please contact Clive at clive.johnson@labyrintharoundamerica.net. The labyrinth is 24 x 24 feet in size, and therefore needs a reasonable sized space in order to be laid down safely (typically most medium to large sized community halls should be able to accommodate it). Invitations are welcome from any individual or organisation, from locations as large as a great city through to a small, rural wayside – in fact, anywhere that's accessible by road!


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