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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

O is for ... - 3/4/15

Today's New York puzzle is close enough that I am going to try to make a point of making the find, if spring ever comes.  I hadn't spotted it until someone sent it along to me, though.  Try your luck with:

O is for Oronym

Tomorrow we'll be in Brazil.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Have you got a clue? - 3/3/15

At this point it's getting hard to believe that winter is ever going to be over around here.  At least there's lots of time to do puzzles, and play games ... or even both at the same time.  Today's Minnesota puzzle is set on a warmer day, but the idea is the same ... when you're stuck indoors, it's fun to get a:

Clue for a Rainy Day Cache

Tomorrow we'll ...

Monday, March 2, 2015

A Flaky Fix - 3/2/15

Today's California puzzle has the yummiest-looking background photo I've seen in a while.  A cache series about cookies?  If I lived anywhere nearby, I would be all over that.  Hope you don't get too hungry while contemplating:

MCC - Flaky Fix

Tomorrow we'll ...

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Saturday, February 28, 2015

Raiders v. Whiners - 2/28/15

Today's California puzzle is from the San Francisco Bay area (I would have expected the east side instead of the west, though!)  Football season might be over for the year, but the apparently the rivalry continues year-round:

Raiders v. Whiners: Examine the Facts

Tomorrow we'll head to Nevada.

Friday, February 27, 2015

The Amazing Race - 2/27/15

Today's very creative Minnesota puzzle caught my eye when it landed in my in-box recently.  I remember when the reality competition shows were just starting up years ago I watched a few episodes of "Survivor," without really enjoying it, but I ended up watching quite a few seasons of "The Amazing Race," in its entirety.  Back then it appealed to me because the rules were very straightforward - you got there first, you won.  No voting, no jury, no fan votes, no alliances or any of that other artificial drama.  Just watching people trying to function in unfamiliar surroundings while coping with the exhaustion and dietary challenges of travel, and seeing how that process affected the relationships of the pairs involved made for quite an interesting show.  So you can understand why I was intrigued by a puzzle called:


Tomorrow we'll be in California.

Thursday, February 26, 2015

A=3 - 2/26/15

Today's South Carolina puzzle was brought to my attention at the conclusion of a presentation I gave recently as an introduction to puzzle caching.  One of the things I had mentioned was the usual letter/number equivalencies A=1, B=2, etc.  In this particular puzzle, though:


Tomorrow, we'll be in Minnesota.