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Thanks, Wendy, Katie, and Ank! I tried to make this a little different by drawing lines that changed direction at random, instead of only when they touched another line. I can't tell if it made much of a difference, but I'm glad you all zigzagged happily through it! :-)))
Well my mother told me how to zigzag, but I don't know how to zigging or to zagging. I think it's that why it takes me so long to solve this. :-)
How can you tell when to zig or when to zag? And what about the straight parts? Doesn't matter to me - I love your designs!
Well, I zagged when I should have zagged, and zigged when I should have zigged. So there! This is a very cool looking puzzle, Pat...in spite of the fact that you zigged and zagged the wrong way.