the seed for week's rows garden was inspired by ... last week's rows garden. i love it when that happens. (spoilers for last week's puzzle after the jump.)
this week, i'm pleased to present a kaidoku puzzle by alex boisvert. actually, it's two kaidoku puzzles by alex boisvert. plus a contest!
three of my test-solvers told me this one was really hard. i eased up on just a couple of clues, and then another said, "i think this was my fastest solve yet!" so... who knows? links after the jump.
i'm pretty happy with the way this one turned out.
here is rows garden #5. we are 10% done with year 1! feels like we just started. next variety puzzle is monday.
here's my latest rows garden. hope you like it! links after the jump.
please enjoy this double or nothing puzzle by andy kravis. instructions and links after the jump.
in the comments section last week, al sanders said "Wow, Joon, you're giving PB1 [patrick berry] a run for his money on these!" high praise indeed. i've taken it to heart by ripping off one of patrick's brilliant clues in this week's puzzle.
in honor of its nomination for crossword of the month by matt gaffney, i'm posting, for free, my puzzle from lollapuzzoola 8.