Puzzles, Mysteries, and Reviews

Wednesday, June 4th, 2008

  • Bigger is not always better, but it certainly can be interesting. Many national parks claim bragging rights to the biggest something-or-other. Can you sort them out? Take this week's quiz and see how you measure up. Answers are at the end. No peeking.

    1. The biggest park in the National Park System, ______, is about six times as large as Yellowstone National Park.
    a.

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

  • Swimsuit season is nearly here. Are you ready for the beach? There are loads of beaches in the national parks -- even a few “clothing optional” ones for people who don’t like tan lines. This week's quiz will assess your knowledge of all kinds of beaches in the national parks. Answers are at the end. No peeking.

    1.

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

  • Bridges are among the most favored of all human structures. They serve us well, make a bold visual statement, and open the door to a storehouse of memories and relationships. Who doesn’t admire the elegantly clean lines of suspension bridges? Who can look at a covered bridge without thinking of a halcyon time when life was simpler and slower and friendlier?

Sunday, May 18th, 2008

  • Like the other publications in the Journals Unlimited “Write it Down” series, Let’s Go See All 50! is rooted in this simple philosophy: “Life is an adventure. It is not the destination we reach that’s the most rewarding. It’s the journey along the way. So write it down!

Wednesday, May 14th, 2008

  • Folks had fun with the little quiz we published last week, so we’ve decided to publish a national park system quiz every week. Most will be themed. The first one was about centers, and several people reported excellent scores. Let's see how you do with this one about straddlers.

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