The main reason I started doing long-distance puzzle solving was to help me get better at solving puzzles I might actually have a chance to find some day. Now that I've been doing it for a long time, the trick can be not only recognizing that I've seen something before, but remembering where I saw it so that I can go back and figure out how it worked. Such was the case with today's New Zealand puzzle, which a fellow Ithacan and transplanted Kiwi was working on in preparation for a trip to last weekend's Mega event there:
D/T 4.5/3.0 (Canterbury)
We'll explore more from that series next week.
Tomorrow we'll celebrate Halloween in Canada.