I should remember to double check my emails sometimes! Had I done so yesterday, I would have realised that I was waiting in the wrong place to meet Cynthia and Victoria, my patient hosts and companions for a sumptuous brunch at the Fleet Landing Senior Community, near Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville FL. We did connect, but due to my absent mindedness, some twenty minutes or so later than we’d planned.
At very short notice and at an exceptionally busy time of year, Cynthia had pulled out all the stops to make possible a visit of the labyrinth to the lively community of folks from all walks of life who enjoy the charming surrounds of Fleet Landing. I felt sure that I’d very rarely want to venture far were I privikeged to number among them!
The labyrinth looked resplendent in the large hall that has witnessed many events in recent weeks, including an excited audience of former military folks who’d watched the Army / Navy football game on TV the day before!
A good dozen or so joined for our walk, all being familiar with the labyrinth through the excellent publicity that Cynthia had arranged, and the “Labyrinth Explorers” activities that Cynthia and Victoria coordinate at Fleet Landing.
TLS members might remember the stunning photos that were taken here just a few weeks ago, sharing some of the celebration that had been held to mark the opening of a new, beautiful labyrinth here.
With Cynthia’s passion, wise guidance from the very dear Kathryn McLean, and the help of the community, the labyrinth is a wonderful addition to the beautifully landscaped gardens that the good folks at Fleet Landing are blessed to call home.