I recently created a puzzle using the game of Scrabble for the finale of a series of puzzle caches. I had thought that once you figured out the correct placement of the clue words, the rest would be easy, but talking with those who had trouble with it proved me wrong. A lot of people have the game at home and even got out their boards to work on the puzzle, but a look at the "d'oh" counter reveals that many are more unfamiliar with the rules of scoring than they (or I) had assumed. How about you? Today's Massachusetts puzzle should settle whether or not you're a:
Tomorrow we'll be in California.