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Named after the lake near which we stayed when I drew it, this maze is solved by traveling from the area with one dot to the area with two dots, by way of the area with three dots.

from one dot to two dots via three dots

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Travel from any of the dotted areas to any of the others.

If you’re feeling chipper, visit each of the dotted areas in sequential order.

follow paths between the dotted areas (in order)

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Without crossing any lines, travel from the arrow to the dot.

from the arrow in lower right to the dot in upper left

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Though these might look like noodles, for this maze, they’re not. ┬áThere are targets near the upper and lower right hand sides of the maze; follow paths between them.

from top right target to bottom right target

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Follow the paths from one circle to the other.

from one circle to the other

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Happy Day After Your Birthday, Colleen!!

Travel from one bulb in the cortex to the other, and then come to Japan!

from one bulb to the other

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Which two of the seven dots are most remotely connected?

which dots are most remotely connected?

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The four dots in the corners are linked via white paths, some more easily navigated than others.

From dot to dot to dot to dot

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A simple maze anyone can solve!

in one corner and out the other

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Much easier than last week, but subtly related to that maze. Can you see how?

from dot to dot

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Near the top, there are two dots. Travel from one to the other.

from dot to dot

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Good for a windy day, a windy maze! Travel from dot to dot.

travel between the swirls from dot to dot

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Starting with some half heart curves, this maze developed on its own.

get from one dot to the other two dots

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Go from one dot to another.

go from one dot to another

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Follow white paths from one spot to the other.

dot to dot

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Which one of the three squares in not accessible from the other two?

From which square can the other two not be reached?

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