Seriously, WHO doesn't love getting lost in a really great maze? They're fun, exciting, and intriguing all at the same time.
Have you heard of the Traquair House maze in Scotland? This maze was created in the 1800s by a Traquair craft worker named John Schofield. Originally the maze was planted with 1500 Leylandi Cypress trees, but in 1983 a severe winter killed over 2/3 of the trees. Beech trees were used to replace the ones that died, not only because they are a more hardier tree, but also because they added more colour to the maze.
What's interesting about his maze is that it has an intriguing layout with no dead ends, and the wanderer must reach 4 sub-centres before coming to the centre. How cool is that?
This maze is being featured because just like the Mazes of MeiroKodo, this maze has multiple sub-endings. The difference is, with MeiroKodo, the extra endings are just decoys. Only one ending is the only ending in each of the MeiroKodo puzzles.
If you aren't able to get to this maze in Scotland, then be sure to pick up your copies of MeiroKodo! You can get them delivered to you, and the best part is, you get something with MeiroKodo you just can't get anywhere else - no matter where you go in the world.
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