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My cousin's husband was a colonel in the army signal corps, and worked at the Pentagon during several tours of duty. He was retired by 9/11, but she was driving nearby (their home is in Virginia) that day, and the plane that crashed into the building flew very low right over her car. I'm not a big fan of the institution, either, but I still get chills when I think of what happened to her, and, of course, to the people there, even more so.....Thanks, roseheather--I'm glad you enjoyed this, despite its shape! :-)))
Wow. Challenging but in a good way. I liked this twisty-turny "pentagon" inspired puzzle. I really appreciate your work on this one. I have a friend who's husband worked for DIA and he did not like that institution of that shape. ; ) He might agree about it being "twisty-turny." ; )My time: 2:23:22
I'm working on your Bubbles Bubbles one now--don't know how I missed it! And I have the feeling I'll be giving up on tugman's latest, unless I work it little by little over the next week (or month!), so you'll be on that board, and I won't, for sure! :-)))
Okay, Pat. I give. I never make the board when I work your puzzles. They're still a lot of fun though.
Yay, you're back, siouxzn! It's good to see you again--I hope that all is well with you! :-))))))))I think they will be, whatnauts--I drew one like this before, and I think I called it a rose or something, and, if I remember, it was pretty hard, too. In fact, once I finished making this, I was a little upset that it looked so much like the old one, at least design wise, even though I started from scratch....
Thanks, PD. These pentagons look a little on the difficult side of the scale.
siouxzn, it's nice to see you. I've missed your clever comments :)))
Hi pd, I'm in seventh--or should I say fifth--heaven, I'm on the leaderboard!!!