idiosyncratic observations on life, the world and everything in between
Wednesday, 9 December 2009
The object of this puzzle is to place the 21 two-letter combinations below into the grid so that every pair of adjacent squares, horizontally and vertically, forms a four-letter word. No inversion of the letters in each pair is allowed, and words must read from top to bottom or left to right, as appropriate:
I'm an ex-scientist, ex-Outward Bound instructor and program director, ex-journalist, and ex-freelance book editor. I'm now retired and live in the country just outside Fanling, a large town in the New Territories.