051: Dr Margaret Rainbird - Labyrinth Walker

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051: Dr Margaret Rainbird - Labyrinth Walker

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A day spent in the delightful company of Dr Margaret Rainbird from Australia, who has set herself the challenge of walking a different labyrinth every day for a year. I managed to take her round 6 Scottish labyrinths during her time in the UK.
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I was unaware there were 365 labyrinths in the UK!!

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Helen-Healing wrote:I was unaware there were 365 labyrinths in the UK!!
Did I say that she was limiting her walks to the UK? :roll:

Actually, we're getting not far off that number - I've charted over 200 UK ones in my Google Earth "Labyrinths of the British Isles" placemark file, which I've just updated.
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Grahame Gardner wrote:
Helen-Healing wrote:I was unaware there were 365 labyrinths in the UK!!
Did I say that she was limiting her walks to the UK? :roll:
No need for the :roll: Grahame. No you didn't say so but, if she is going to do one a day, travelling from country to country is not going to be conducive to achieving a labyrinth walk a day! For this reason I assumed (obviously wrongly) that you meant in the UK.

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Re: 051: Dr Margaret Rainbird - Labyrinth Walker

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I recently heard from Margaret, who is temporarily back in Oz, having now walked over 240 labyrinths so far. She's still hoping to make the 365 target.
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