Tommy: Keep one arm outstretched and a hand touching the mirror until you reach the end of the maze.
Sarah: Vanish in the maze with the boyfriend for as long as possible before parents find you.
Noah: Walk sloooowly and cautiously.
Amy: Count the number of reflections to figure out what’s a mirror and what’s a pathway.
Evan: Run until you smash into something. Turn and repeat.
Bonus: Doug’s reaction – “I could build a mirror maze. First, I need to sketch out a plan and supply list. Which pocket has my moleskin?”
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What is a mirror maze and can he make one for me too?!
We went to the MagiQuest mirror maze (http://magiquest.com/about/) and it is a maze with mirrors instead of walls or shrubbery or whatever you typically think of as a maze. I’ll ask Doug to add you to his list of projects.
The maze: http://www.flickr.com/photos/domesticpsychology/5309368429/
And (note the arches) http://www.flickr.com/photos/domesticpsychology/5309956578/
We played at MagiQuest http://magiquest.com/locations/
And yes, I want to build one.