It’s red wine, log fire and crossword weather. And while you probably can’t manage the first two at your desk at 9am, there’s nothing stopping you keeping your brain warm with the official 6000 miles… crossword for June:
(link if you can’t see the puzzle above)
This month’s offering is particularly easy. And if I’m saying that, then it must be REALLY straightforward.
This week has been a struggle. That’s why this month’s 6000 miles… crossword is – as is now becoming traditional – late.
Still. Don’t let that stop you diving in and exercising your grey matter now that it’s actually here.
This one’s got birds, salads and some World Cup links.
I knocked it off in fewer minutes than usual. Can you?
I’m going to be in trouble.
This was supposed to be posted over the weekend, but I did other stuff instead.
Here’s a summary of the exciting stuff that I did instead:
Some standing in the South Atlantic Ocean at 9 o’clock at night.
Please click those links. I need the traffic.
The weekend was great fun, but it wasn’t posting this month’s crossword.
(here’s the link if you can’t see that crossword puzzle above).
Good luck. Even I managed to do ok on this one. 🙂
Maybe no-one will notice that it’s a couple of days late.
I like to consider myself an intelligent guy. Science, English, Kwik Maffs, a smattering of modern foreign languages, a good general knowledge (not films though – I don’t do films)… generally, I’m ok. But, despite reading several (or more) articles entitled How To Do Cryptic Crosswords or similar, I still have actually no idea How To Do Cryptic Crosswords.
The Crossword Guy who designs the monthly crossword here on 6000 miles… very patiently takes me through the clues and explains how they relate to the answer. There are certain rules and phrases which are used to point you in the right direction. I get this.
But it does seem to me that those rules don’t always apply.
And that makes things quite difficult.
NEVERTHELESS… You might be better at cryptic crosswords than I am (wouldn’t be difficult) and you might want to have a go at March’s offering.
Who am I to deny you that pleasure?
As ever (because the plugin doesn’t always work) if you can’t see the puzzle just above this line, then you need to click here.
And, just because I don’t always follow the rules either, I got both the film-related clues in this month’s puzzle.
Incoming from Mr Crossword himself:
I’ve uploaded a new crossword – attempted a Cape Town drought theme.
And he had. And he did. Here you go:
A couple of genius clues in there this month. 5 across and 4 down were particular favourites. And I think it must be easier than usual because I managed most of it this time around. Enjoy!
Still struggling to get this to appear on the homepage, so if you can’t see the puzzle above, simply click here to reload.