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Out at the end of the green car door tour there is a nice wide view of the surrounding countryside.   They say sunsets are good out here but we weren't keen on driving those crazy dirt roads at night after the sun has gone down.  Someone has built a maze out here too.


  1. I wonder how they got the maze so spirally? Would have taken a lot of effort and concentration. There is a labyrinth in Centennial Park now, too.

    I imagine this is used by latte sippers and goat cheese eaters.

    1. As always I love your turn of phrase Julie. I wonder who actually works aroung the labyrinth. I just skipped over the rows to get my photo.

  2. Wow, that spiral is amazing. Is it recent? Or quite old?

    1. I understand that it is quite recent ... like in the past 10 years or so.


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