Photo: An amazing place to walk |

Photo: An amazing place to walk

Nicole Christianson walks the outdoor labyrinth as she carries a candle, at the Best Kept Secret Bed & Breakfast in Glenwood Springs yesterday. The recent completion of the stone paver labyrinth, which was constructed by innkeepers Dave and Eliza Fulton (not shown), was celebrated with a community gathering on Thursday, the evening of the full Harvest Moon. A labyrinth is similar to a maze, but is considered by some to be a pathway for spiritual centering.

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