Post by flightoffancy on Jul 30, 2017 13:16:16 GMT -5
I just completed the Librarian's Almanac and it was a fun set of puzzles. I recommend it to anyone interested in the type of puzzles C&C used to offer. The puzzles were extra challenging for me because I would stray from the printed directions. The book specifically said to follow the directions just as they are written and don't look for things that aren't there. Thanks, Todd, for recommending this.
Post by Memosinstilettos on Aug 28, 2017 23:29:18 GMT -5
I have a few of the middle pieces in now and am loving it, as a librarian it was hard for me to rip out pages but it was quite liberating, I had it on my desk for a while at work and everyone thought I was researching library policies! 😜
I am a Canadian Brit so it was great to have help from some friend who are familiar with US terms.
I have mine spread on our guest bed, the perfect size by the way. No one can stay until I have completed it!
diggitydoodog: I've had dubious documents for 2 years now and finally went to work on it. Would anyone on here be willing to PM me the answer or post it in a spoiler so I can check the solution?
Sept 17, 2020 11:44:39 GMT -5
Todd: Did you hear about the dwarfish fortune teller who broke out of jail? Police are on the lookout for a small medium at large.
Oct 15, 2020 21:35:58 GMT -5
distantsmoke: It’s snowing here in NE Kansas! Yay!
Oct 26, 2020 9:51:04 GMT -5
Todd: I once went to a zoo whose only animal was a dog! It was a shih tzu.
Oct 27, 2020 18:20:25 GMT -5
rob: There are 10 types of people in this world: Those who understand binary, and those who don't.
Nov 17, 2020 17:47:10 GMT -5
AMH: Wow, I never realized that collecting and doing puzzles could make you a millionaire... If you were a billionaire !
Nov 18, 2020 23:54:06 GMT -5