Joel and I went into town for a supply run to discover that there was an event going on at the Plaza.
For eight years Tucson Samaritan Deborah McCullough a mixed media artist has placed water, medical supplies, socks, and food along migrant trails for weary travelers in the desert. She has created a 900 square foot labyrinth inviting a meditative walk. The labyrinth was sponsored by the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church. The foot ware were found along the migrant trails. The water symbolizes the need for water in the desert.
Placement of food, medical supplies, water, are considered humanitarian gestures are not against the law.