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Today we pay our final visit to this UK series which I have thoroughly enjoyed (there's one more, but it requires actually visiting the caches). I'm so glad someone let me know about it. If you've come across a puzzle (or a whole series) you think others would enjoy, I hope you'll pass it along. For today:
The Super Bowl is behind us now. Since our team got knocked out a while back, I was mostly an interested bystander. I did go to the Super Bowl themed movie "80 for Brady" with my neighbor on Saturday. We were the only 2 in the theater, which is a pretty good indication of why we're going to lose that movie theater soon. Here's a puzzle from the UK featuring the man himself:
Today's puzzle is a rerun first shared on this date back in 2011. We recently were gifted the game "CrossCrib" which involves trying to build the best cribbage hands while simultaneously preventing your opponent from doing so. It's kind of an interesting twist on the game I've enjoyed since I was a kid. Try your luck with:
Today's puzzle takes us to Virginia. If you've solved any puzzles with the certitude checker in the last few days, you've undoubtedly noticed the new format. I kind of wish it had been left alone, but I guess it's just one of the many:
I featured a puzzle from this series back in 2015, but hadn't returned to it until I was recently reminded about it both by someone who had fun going to find some of them and by another puzzler who was enjoying them. Try your luck with:
Sorry for the late posting. As I was lying in bed this wondering what made me agree to get up and go for a joint FTF later this morning (current temperature is -8 degrees and wind chill even worse), I suddenly realized I hadn't queued up a blog post before going to bed last night. I said out loud, "Oops!" and rushed out to find a suitable rerun from this date in a previous year. Imagine my surprise to find this one from Canada's Alberta province, featured back in 2011: