DAILY CALENDAR CHALLENGE #114 – APRIL 24
#1 THE ORIGAMI CALENDAR CHALLENGE – CHOPSTICK WRAPPER SNAKE
I did not consider today challenge much of an origami challenge. First, like Indiana Jones, I do not like snakes. Second, the challenge presumes that I have a supply of unwrapped chopsticks on hand. I do not. Finally, the chopstick wrapper snake is just a simplified version on the inch worm I folded a couple of week ago. So you’ll have to settle for a rerun of the inch worm.
Feel free to imagine that the inch worm is really a golden hooded cobra.
OK, time for THE ANSWER: Guess what? You don’t have to figure out the values of the individual symbols to solve the puzzle. The sum of the four rows must equal the sum of the four columns. So, (13+10+10+20) or 53 – (15+6+14) or 35 = 18 (⚉ = 1, ☐ = 2, ☆= 5 and ⚠ = 6)
AND THE ANSWERS ARE:
Boy, I’m really striking out with these calendar puzzles today. Do you think it’s bad karma or something? I’ve been real nice to Mlle. Renee, and I really didn’t complain when she refused to go out in the rain the last couple a mornings for her toilet break because it was raining. And when she couldn’t wait anymore and actually went out in the rain, I had a nice fluffy dry-off towel ready when she came back inside. Maybe I’d have better Calendar Karma if I hung a golden Buddha from the back deck.