Jumble Answers for 03/04/2017

HYYLS = SHYLY

NILGF = FLING

MASOCI = MOSAIC

GETWIH = WEIGHT

CARTOON ANSWER:

IT ONLY TOOK ABOUT 50 YEARS TO GO FROM THE WRIGHT BROTHERS TO THE 707.  —

SLYFINMAIWEGT = TIME WAS FLYING

Good morning everyone and happy Saturday to you!  MOSAIC really slowed me down today and it took me a good 2-minutes to finally figure it out.  With all of the clue words solved it was straight to the cartoon.  FLY was definitely on my mind as I read the sentence and dialogue so I wrote it down and moved on.  50 years had me thinking of TIME and it was in the clue letters so I wrote that down as well.  SINAWG was left and I found WAS right away and added ING to FLY for the finish.  We had a great day at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts yesterday and the place was empty!  We took our time exploring all of the beautiful artwork and here are two of my favorite pieces, a Pollock and Monet.  Have a great day and I’ll see you tomorrow!

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6 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 03/04/2017

  1. Enjoyed today’s puzzle; no trouble with words.It did take me a few minutes to get answer. I don’t do Sunday puzzle; have a great weekend!

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  2. Good morning. Mosaic stumped me. Could not visualize it in my brain. Was so annoyed that when I started the cartoon and had flying right away I simply couldn’t finish the other two words. Looking forward to Sunday. The Monet painting would be my favorite of the two. Stay well.

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  3. Mosaic stumped me as well. Once I got that I got flying and was and had TEMI and finally after a while got time. Real tough puzzle for me! Nice sunshine in NH but bitter cold! Had snow showers last night and driving 3 miles to get home about 8 made it really slick.

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  4. Hi! Gracious, kudos to all of you! My solve time was one hour. Most difficult word, MOSAIC, took 25 minutes, and then kept thinking about the 707 rather than dialog saying it happened quickly.
    Mike, thank you for sharing the beautiful art work you saw. Everyone, have a super Saturday. See you tomorrow,

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