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D. 530 when the church was built. The original is small, only about twelve feet across, and it is a part of the rich mosaic floor of the 34 The Wildest Place on Earth church. I enlarged this basic design and laid it out on paper, modifying it slightiy to fit the land, and then, in early spring when the snow was off the ground, I went out with an armful of sticks and began staking out the courses. I calculated that I would need at least one hundred and fifty plants to create this maze, and I spent a long time thinking about what materials to use.
There is a rose arbor I scavenged from a project a few years ago; there is an architectural birdhouse, also in Mr. Downing's style, at one end; and then, just west of the main cottage, nesded against a wall of woods, is a small studio—which was actually the first structure on this property. Behind that is a little wind- 29 The Garden in the Woods ing path that crosses over a wall and leads back into the woods. If you set out on this path, you'll come to another trail in the woods that circles around and eventually takes you back over a wall to the garden again.
Pleasure Seemed to growfromfearfor Gilgamesh. As one comes upon a path in woods Unvisited by men, one is drawn near The lost and undiscovered in himself; He was revitalized by danger... Some called the forest "Hell" and others "Paradise"; What difference does it make? Said Gilgamesh. The Epic of Gilgamesh 13 The Great Forest After my failed sojourn in the wilderness of the Bighorns, I found that I was thinking often about this whole question of contact with the deeper currents of nature in relation to what the French Nabis painters used to call the banality of everyday life.