## Thursday, December 29, 2022

### Our Annual Puzzle and Video for 2022

Our Annual Family Video for 2022 is available now. The password can be found by solving our annual puzzle. Click this link or the image below to get a PDF of the full puzzle.

## Sunday, December 25, 2022

### NPR Sunday Puzzle (Dec 25, 2022): A Puzzle for Christmas

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Dec 25, 2022): A Puzzle for Christmas
Q: Name a prominent geographical location in the United States. Change the fifth letter to an S. The resulting string of letters from left to right will name a game, a mountain, and a popular website. What place is it?
plɹoM

Edit: Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down) from Hamilton has the lyrics "Lafayette is there waiting in Chesapeake Bay!"
A: CHESAPEAKE BAY --> CHESS, PEAK, EBAY

## Sunday, December 18, 2022

### NPR Sunday Puzzle (Dec 18, 2022): What Does the Fox Say?

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Dec 18, 2022): What Does the Fox Say?
Q: If you change the third letter of WOLF to an O, you get the sound made by a dog — WOOF. Name a six-letter animal and change the second letter to get the sound made by a completely different animal. What is it?
If you take the sound the first animal makes and you change one letter... well, I'm not saying anything more.

Edit: Rabbits are pretty silent.
A: RABBIT, RIBBIT

## Sunday, December 11, 2022

### NPR Sunday Puzzle (Dec 11, 2022): Keep Calm and Carry On

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Dec 11, 2022): Keep Calm and Carry On
Q: Many people carry _____ (4-letter word) in a _____ (5-letter word) to make _____ (9-letter word). You can rearrange the letters of the first two words (the 4- and 5-letter ones) to get the last word (the 9-letter one). What words are these?
Actually NOT true for many people.

Edit: Most men don't carry purses and cash is used less often these days for purchases compared to debit/credit/phone transactions.
A: CASH in a PURSE to make PURCHASES

## Sunday, December 04, 2022

### NPR Sunday Puzzle (Dec 4, 2022): Getting Straight to the Point

NPR Sunday Puzzle (Dec 4, 2022): Getting Straight to the Point
Q: Name a symbol or punctuation mark on a computer keyboard. Anagram it to get the brand name of a product you might buy at a grocery, in two words. What is it?
A: SEMICOLON --> MOLSON ICE