Was too knackered to upload this last night.
Bed by 9:30 – up and at them again early this morning.
Sorry for the wait.
It’s 2019, and the monthly mental test of the 6000 miles… crosswords just keep on coming. And sWORDdevlin is especially proud of this one:
And yes, 21 across is very clever. See for yourself:
I found this one noticeably easier than previous episodes. I actually liked 7 across, but there’s Norway that you’ll get it.
The last one of 2018 from our resident (he doesn’t actually live with us) crossword producer, and he’s in full festive swing.
Loads of cheesy Christmas clues in there, which I’m not going to get involved with, but I think Yule enjoy this one.
Here’s November’s 6000 miles… crossword puzzle for your entertainment:
Many thanks to crosSWORD DEVLIN for this slightly harder than usual episode.
This month’s 6000 miles… crossword was delayed by technical issues. rosswording is not affected by the wind. My cache was full. Or… something.
However, it’s here now and you can test yourself against SwordDevlin, who I last saw downing his 17th G&T at that party on Saturday night.
Octobers’s CLUE OF THE MONTH™ is 5 DOWN. Obviously.
If the weather forecast for Cape Town is to believed (and hey, it’s only wrong half the time), this morning is set to be properly chilly.
May I therefore advise you to curl up with a nice warm device (careful now), some coffee and a cryptic crossword, courtesy of 6000 miles… resident crossword compiler?
Clue of the month for me has to be 16 Down:
Small elf that is shot egotistically.
Because using a narcissistic sniper has always the best way to get rid of human-shaped supernatural beings from Germanic mythology and folklore.