Jumble Answers for 07/17/2020

SERSP = PRESS

CRAKT = TRACK

TOSOHM = SMOOTH

VANDEI = INVADE


CARTOON
ANSWER:

THE HIKERS HADN’T SEEN EACH OTHER IN YEARS UNTIL THEY – – –

 

 

PSS TRC SOH ADE = CROSSED PATHS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

21 thoughts on “Jumble Answers for 07/17/2020

  1. Good Morning, Everyone…I hope this finds you well….👨🏻‍🦯🙋🏻‍♀️

    🎶 Happy TRAILS to you, until we meet again…Happy TRAILS to you, keep smilin’ until then…Who cares about the clouds when we’re together?….Just sing a song and bring the sunny weather…Happy TRAILS to you, ’till we MEET AGAIN…🎶 “Happy Trails” – Roy Rogers and Dale Evans 1952 https://tinyurl.com/kb2bgn9

    👨🏻‍🦯 Things may not be so SMOOTH right now…things haven’t been on TRACK,
    But hopefully the day’s not far when life we love comes back…
    We PRESS on each and every day…despite what may INVADE
    And like these guys we’re seeing here…there’s trails still to be made…
    The time goes by, and things add up…and we all do the math…
    Until that day when once again old friends enjoy CROSSED PATHS 👨🏻‍🦯

    Easy, breezy, walk in the park…at a safe distance! Be well, Everyone…and may all your trails be safe! 👨🏻‍🦯🙋🏻‍♀️

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  2. 🐾 Having gotten off TRACK, the Scouts continued to PRESS on, hoping things would run SMOOTH and that they’d not INVADE the area of the woods where bears were known to frequent, before they CROSSED PATHS with their troop again…🐾

    🚉 She saw the train come down the TRACK, while glancing at her wrist
    So late again, such PRESS on time, she tightened up her fist…
    She raised her arm to SMOOTH her hair, the wind did so INVADE
    She had to look her best today…this meeting so top-grade…
    If things went wrong she knew that she would feel her boss’s wrath…
    She prayed that this and her next train would timely have CROSSED PATHS 🚉

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  3. Another easy one. Great song choice, Angela. I still have my metal Roy Rogers and Dale Evans lunchbox.
    Wishing all a good weekend.

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    • Good Morning, Caroline. Thank you. You have the lunchbox? How lucky are you? I love those old lunchboxes! Today it’s all plastic and canvas…And yes, an easy, breezy puzzle to end the week….Hope you enjoy your day, Caroline..Be well and stay safe out there…👨🏻‍🦯🙋🏻‍♀️

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  4. Jumble Trivia…There was a puzzle way back on October 15th, 2008, that had a similar theme…but took a DIFFERENT TURN…
    Question: “What she thought when their PATHS CROSSED on the trail”?
    Solve: TAKE A HIKE! 👨🏻‍🦯👩🏻‍🦯🙋🏻‍♀️

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  5. Good morning. Even though it was easy this morning I enjoyed the final outcome. I studied the cartoon for maybe a minute or two and the answer just popped into my head. Loved your song choice Angela and got a kick out of Caroline still having her lunch box. It’s funny I don’t remember us kids using the lunch boxes Here in Brooklyn. It was either a macho thing or that we all went home for lunch. Going to check on my siblings and see what they remember. Until tomorrow stay well.

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    • Good Morning, Brooklyn. Thank you. I‘m glad you enjoyed it….I don’t think lunch boxes were all that popular in Brooklyn, either. But then again, I’m no gauge, because all through elementary school, my brothers and I and all my cousins walked to my Grandmothers house for lunch. We had veal cutlets pizzaioli, beef stew, homemade chicken soup and lasagna in the winters, and sausage and peppers and meatballs and tomatoes straight from the garden on freshly made Italian bread in the warmer weather…We never knew how good we had it until we all split up to go to high school. Then there were sandwiches tucked into a backpack…Oh, the humanity! 😂😂 So let me know what your siblings say…I’m curious…(and now…hungry)! 😉 Have a good one, Paul. Be well and stay safe out there…🍝🍵🙋🏻‍♀️

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      • Good morning again. Would have loved to be part of your group Angela. Grandma really took care of her grandchildren. Like you said, after you move on it’s than you realize how great you had it. I use to get a second meal every Wednesday and Sunday (pasta) from my mother-in-law when we lived next to each other. That’s when we were just kids. Take care.

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      • Yes, we were definitely one lucky bunch…And it went on for years…all the cousins that came after us reaped the benefits too…And you can’t beat a second meal! 😉…As far as “macaroni” day, 😉 for us it was always Sundays and Thursdays…still is in fact! Some habits are not worth breaking! 😉 You take care too, Brooklyn! Mangia! 🍝🙋🏻‍♀️

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      • My brother and I did the same thing and walked home,my grandparents lived below us in a 2 family house,for our lunch all thru elementary school,so we didn’t have a lunch box.It wasn’t until I went to the Catholic HS on the city bus,that I ate lunch,typically a sack lunch,there.As far as for the anagrams and puzzle,no problem,with ‘smooth’ seeming familiar,for a smooth sail to the cartoon finish.

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      • Good Morning, Professor…Sweet Serendipity! We share a beautiful memory, right down to the Catholic HS! …And I have to laugh…the city bus! It was a first for all of us. I guess we were really spoiled…but we didn’t know it at the time. As for your SMOOTH sailing 😉 we saw it last on December 7th…Good memory! Be well, Prof and stay safe out there…👨🏻‍🦯🙋🏻‍♀️
        Puzzle: https://tinyurl.com/y4ehj2vp
        Post: https://tinyurl.com/y65mclrj

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    • I enjoyed hearing your stories, Angela and Paul. I can’t remember anything about using my lunchbox at school, but I do recall that many years later I put paints inside to carry to a class.

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  6. Easy one today. It’s been a successful week so far Jumble wise. No home cooked school lunches here. I either ate at the school cafeteria or brought my own lunch from home in a brown bag. Stay well all.

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    • Hey Betty…Yes, easy breezy…as the whole week’s been. The lunches? Tell you what…If our paths ever cross? I’d be more than happy to cook for you! 😘 Have a good one, Betty…Be well and stay safe…👨🏻‍🦯🙋🏻‍♀️

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      • You’ve got a deal, Angela. I suspect you’re a better cook than I am or at the very least a more enthusiastic one. My Mother and Mother – in – Law were simply wonderful cooks, me not so much. I think the gene skipped a generation. My daughter loves to cook. I only cooked because four people needed to eat. Bon Appetit!

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      • ROTFL!! Oh, one of those “Food for thought” cooks! huh? I have a cousin who strictly adheres to that principle..She says she only cooks because her family thinks about food every day! The nerve, right? 😂😂 But I do agree, you have to enjoy it to learn to be good at it…Otherwise it’s just another CHAW! 😂😂 And yes, we’ve definitely got a deal! Here’s to someday, Betty! 🍝🍷🙋🏻‍♀️

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  7. Hi all – The double letter trick showed PRESS quickly and would have worked for SMOOTH also if I’d needed it. Otherwise, the rest was a breeze.
    The cartoon reminded me of a guy we call “Ranger Steve” who I only run into at Peet’s about once a year. We met because we have the same first name and also ordered the same drink! And he was wearing his official New York Rangers jacket.

    It’s really fun hearing the stories of schools, buses, lunches and lunchboxes!
    Like Chuck, I was really fortunate to have two grandparents living one floor below us. It was great to be able to spend time with them.

    Good wishes to everyone.

    “The groundskeepers had to PRESS the TRACK SMOOTH lest the water INVADE and damage the subsurface.”

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    • You can’t beat Grandparents, right? …And I think we’re all better people for having known them…Have a good one Steve…Be well and stay safe out there…👨🏻‍🦯🙋🏻‍♀️

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