Saturday, July 25, 2009


Another weekend and a mixed bag of enigmas for you puzzle fans.

Each group has something in coming. Do you know what it is?
Group 1. {Crystal Gayle and Loretta Lynn}
Group 2. {Crystal Gayle, Loretta Lynn, and Patty Loveless}

The celebrated father of what we know today as science-fiction must of had a lot of this to boldly go where no one had gone before.
If you shuffle the letters in the name, you get the asset.

The answers will appear next weekend.
But now, the results of our quiz celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.

1. We started off with a trick question. Nothing launched from Cape Canaveral after it was renamed for slain President John F. Kennedy late in 1963. The Apollo 11 craft launched from the Kennedy Space Center July 16, 1969 on its historic trip to the moon.
2. Neil Armstrong's left foot touched the lunar surface first.
3. Edwin "Buzz" Aldin, Junior was the second man to walk upon the lunar surface.
4. Michael Collins stayed behind in the command module orbiting the moon, but in no way was his position of any lesser importance to the Apollo 11 mission than Armstrong or Aldin's.
5. No. Collins went on to a mix of public and private offices in service to his country.

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