Archive for April 26th, 2022

Cryptoquote Solved – 04/26/22

Ben Franklin, Horny Founding Father – William C. Kashatus

Guests, like fish, begin to smell after three days.”   —   Benjamin Franklin

(I’m sure we’ve all been there . . . on both sides of the equation.  Even the best guests disrupt the routine of the hosts . . . and vice versa I guess.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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Jumble Solved – 04/26/22

17 Unique Illustrations of Herons, Bitterns and Egrets ideas | fine art,  art, illustration art

Visual Description:  At Dr. Burdock‘s.

VOEMI  =  MOVIE,  NRWIG  =  WRING,  CNERHD  =  DRENCH,  RAOHUT  =  AUTHOR   —   Giving us:  MOIWGDNAOR

Clue/Question:  The doctor that treated herons, egrets, cranes, flamingos, etc. had a – – –

Intera Foldable Dog Pet Bath Pool, 63'' Diameter Large Collapsible Wading  Pool Pits Ball Pool Portable Bathing Swimming Tub XL Kiddie Pool for Dogs  Cats and Kids Indoor & Outdoor Use, Blue -

Answer:  WADING ROOM

(Classically stinky pun!  But it also seemed like a fresh idea.  A bird specialist veterinarian with a wading pool in her waiting room.  I’m sure that all the old birds flock to her.  But not necessarily the swimming birds, like ducks, geese, loons, storks, etc..  Just the ones who like to stand around in the shallower waters.  It’s a good thing that they all have those longer legs!

All of today’s clue words are on the ralis95 clue word database.  Three of the jumbles do appear to be new, but we’ve definitely seen “voemi” before.  The only one that I had any difficulty with was “raohut”.  It took me a few looks to see “author”.  The answer letter layout was another tidy ten letter jumble.  Beautifully cryptic, but the combination of the cartoon and the quotation marks in the final answer slots made for a quick solve.

Really cute cartoon!  Flamingos really stand out with their hooked beaks.  Cranes are probably the biggest of the others.  But herons, egrets and cranes all have some similarities.  We’ve got some great blue herons that occasionally fly over the house.  Every time I see one it reminds me of a pterodactyl!  They are pretty huge.  And a little freaky.  Great Jumble!  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

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