Archive for April 15th, 2022

Jumble Solved – 04/15/22

Festival Park, 111 E Old Ridge Rd, Hobart, IN 46342, USA

Visual Description:  Different doggie dispositions.

CRATT  =  TRACT,  KYOLE  =  YOKEL,  GEDREN  =  GENDER,  YGOEVA  =  VOYAGE   —   Giving us:  TRTOELGERAGE

Clue/Question:  The retriever that was better than the other dogs at playing fetch was a – – – 

Golden Retriever - Pet Adoption and Sales

Answer:  REAL GOGETTER

(My golden, Ginger, was a supreme retriever!  Sticks, balls, Frisbees, you name it.  Wally, on the other hand, won’t chase after anything that I throw . . . except maybe a hotdog!  And, then he certainly isn’t returning it to me.  Nope!  That boy loves to eat.  Most dogs are bred for certain tasks.  Wally was bred to be insecure/insanely loyal to me, and to smell bad.  But we love him just like another child.  He came down with some strange eye infection in both eyes, and tested positive for Lyme disease.  We have to give him three different pills and two different eye-drops, twice a day.  Initially, trying to open his eyes for the drops was like trying to open a clam.  But now he cooperates fully!  Of course the bacon treats help.

Well worn clue words today.  Who do you think is more of a “yokel”, David or Jeff?  LOL!  Three of the jumbles came up as new for me.  However, we have definitely seen “cratt” sometime in the past.  The answer letter layout was a twisting twelve letter jumble.  Wonderfully cryptic.  The cartoon and its dialog were the giveaways for me.

Cute cartoon of a guy at the park with his dogs.  It looks like a golden retriever and some kind of hound dog.  We got the now semi-classic clock tower in today’s park scene, and some tiny joggers in the background.  That ball looks like it has been thoroughly slobbered!  Eeyeww!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Cryptoquote Solved – 04/15/22

An image posted by the author.

Teaching a child not to step on a caterpillar is as valuable to the child as it is to the caterpillar.”   —   Bradley Miller

(Children need to be taught the value of ALL life from an early age!  Not sure if this is Bradley Miller, author of the children’s’ book:  “Where Do Lost Socks Go?”, Bradley W. Miller, associate professor of law at the University of Western Ontario, or Bradley N. Miller, the computer science author.  I guess if your name is Bradley Miller it’s a good bet you’re an author!  I’m going with the children’s author.  We welcome Bradley Miller to the Cryptoquote Club today!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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