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Looks like you don't even have to get out of your car to get a great photo! Beautiful!
11/Feb/12 12:11 AM
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So pretty!
11/Feb/12 12:25 AM
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UP to 25
1. 29 continuous Loop
(2-9)a4=(9)a1-e1=(9-2)e3=(2)e2-a2 =>a4<>348,e3<>137 UP to 39
2. xy-wing (678)g18-(68)h9 =>g7,h3<>7
11/Feb/12 12:48 AM
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Note that the continuous loop consists of a 2 4-cell AIC and a 9 4-cell AIC with the ends connected together. This makes it easy to identify.
11/Feb/12 12:51 AM
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I'm sure that's my photo taken on my trip there about 9 years ago. I'll have to check.
11/Feb/12 1:10 AM
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Yep, sure is. Taken out of the coach window.
11/Feb/12 1:12 AM
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Similar to Bud's:
1. Note g1/h3=78.Unique possibilities to 25.
2. Whether e1=9,a1=8,a8=3;OR e3=9,e2=2,a2=3,a8=8;a5=4.UP38.
3. Whether g8=7;OR g8=6,h9=8;h3=7.UP81.
11/Feb/12 1:15 AM
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I was wondering about the strange cloud formations, Anne. Now I know.
11/Feb/12 2:38 AM
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If they had gotten out of the car, they wouldn't have had the reflection in the sky of the car's interior. Maybe, they should of at least rolled down the window.
11/Feb/12 4:04 AM
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maen all! quite the scenic stagecoach ride!
11/Feb/12 4:15 AM
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Nice picture from a moving vehicle Anne!
11/Feb/12 5:25 AM
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note: just posted paths for tougher toughs of Feb. 9. Todays are high rated but quite doable.
11/Feb/12 8:51 AM
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9.0 ML
003000800080003060007400030000009650000502019000004002108700000000900070400006008
11/Feb/12 8:52 AM
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8.5**
473800000805060000002004000080300004007000100500009060000500600000040708000001935
11/Feb/12 8:53 AM
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8.3*
007090060000080000801603400006000004430007000008050010002000050900008607000500080
11/Feb/12 8:55 AM
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8.9**
100000780090500020000009105030000207000006090008020000904600300710080000006100008
11/Feb/12 8:56 AM
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maybe it was taken through a buss window. I went toe the Bay of Islands35 years ago as a teenager. Very picturesque
11/Feb/12 10:10 AM
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Ah Ann! , just read your post. Great pic and thanks
11/Feb/12 10:11 AM
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I'll take note next time I'm on a coach tour, Eve, and ask the driver to stop each time I want to take a photo.
11/Feb/12 2:24 PM
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hehe Anne, Found that the unlocking of this one found a series of chains filling in 1 or 2 at a time that found a weakness in the middle column with 9s in the middle bottom block. Lots of little and longer chains. Eventually it dissolved,
11/Feb/12 6:56 PM
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... And No I haven't been doing the puzzle all this time... Well yes I have ... but also other things... I kept returning for another litle chew between activities and shopping etc.
11/Feb/12 6:59 PM
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8.5**
#1 finned-swordfish(1)269/ceh,a6=a2 - (3)a2=f2-f8=i8-(3=8)g7-g4=e4-e1=(8-4)c1=c4 ; c4<>1
// h-wing(2=3)f2-f8=(3-5)e7=f9 ; f9<>2
// x-wing(7)fh/68 ; e5<>7, di8<>7
// w-wing(21)e6,eh9,h2 ; h6<>2
11/Feb/12 8:37 PM
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8.9**
#0 SSTS, kite(6) ; a8<>6
// als-xz (34=2)f9-(2=5734)e3f123 ; f468<>34
#1 (4=5)g1-ab1=c2-c9=b9-(5=27)b15-(7)b4=f4-f1=h1 ; h1<>4
#2 (3=6)i8-i2=(6-4)h2=(4-3)h7=h4 ; i4<>3, h7<>3
// als-xz (1=84)fa8-(4=561)agi4 ; f4<>1
// skyscraper(5) ; a1<>5
// w-wing(52)(2=5)a5-a6=h6-h2=g1-(5=2)b1 ; a1<>2, b5<>2
11/Feb/12 9:08 PM
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Beautiful Bay. THanks Anne, so pretty!
11/Feb/12 10:57 PM
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1. (8.3*)UP28.
2. Whether b2=5;OR c2=5,c5=9,b26=15;locked 5 at b26.UP29.
3. Whether h5=2;OR h5=9,c5=5=b2,c2=3;de5<>2(to avoid the 12 unresolvable rectangle at de25)
4. If e1=6=b8,d3=7=e7,de2=3,c2=5,c5=9,h5=2;29 have no place in row7.So e5=6.UP43.
5. Whether h7=9;OR More...
11/Feb/12 11:51 PM
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8.3*
#0 SSTS, als-xz (1=96)f13-(6=2371)e7621 -loop ; d23<>1, f46<>9, d3<>9, e5<>2
// m-wing(15) (5=1)b2-b6=(1-5)a6=a8 ; b789<>5
// kite(9)c58,bh7 ; h5<>9
#1 (2=4)b9-b1=(4-3)c1=c2-(3=2)d2-e3=e7 ; b7<>2
12/Feb/12 5:23 AM
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9.0 ML:
1. (4)c8=b9-h9=h3-(148')e3ef2=(1)f7-(1=259)ade8 # -259c8
2. (3)i6=MR(36')i2,3/ab2.bi3
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[WW(73)e6.g4/a46=(1)e6-c6=*(1-4)c8=MR(47')g,i8/g45.i6]=(1-9)c4=c1
# -9b3 ... FXW(4)bi.69/c6; -4b5
13/Feb/12 9:05 AM
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8.9**
1. { (7=5)f3-e56=(5-178')f46=(7)f13 } # -3f48, -4f468
2. (7)f4=b4-(257)b159=(5)c9-c2=ab1-(45=7)gh1 # -7f1
// MW(46)g8/h72.i2, -6i8
3. (1)i4=(1-7)f4=(7-2)f3=i3 # -1i3
4. (5)a6=h6-g4=g1-(5=2)b1-b5=a5 # -5a15
// FXW(6)ag.48/b4 -6a6
13/Feb/12 9:06 AM
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8.5**
1. (3)e3=e7-(3=8)g7-g4=e4-f5=f3 # -8e3, -3f3
2. (2=5)g9-h7=(5-139')e379=(1)h9-(1=2)h2 # -2h8, -1h7
3. HW(69,3)c2/d2e3.f2=(1)c2-(1=4)c4-d4=(4-6)d5=d12
# -6f2, MW(32)f2/fi8.g9, -2f9
// SS(2)h26.e613, -2df2
// WW(12)e6.h2/eh9, -2h6
13/Feb/12 9:08 AM
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8.3*
1. { (1)e5=e12-(1=269)f136-(6)e1=e5 } # -2e5.f489, -9f4, -1de3
// MW(15)b2/ba6.a8, -5b789; SS(9) -9h5
2. (4)d9=WW(12)d9.e2/de5-(2=3)d2-(3=459)c2f8 # -4b9
13/Feb/12 9:10 AM
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note: the 9.0 path uses "co-bools" to achieve linkage. Here a == b, a => c conclude c == b. IN the 9.0 path hs(47')gi8 => MR(47)g8 (pretty obvious. Also hs(36')i23 => MR(36)i2 so:
MR(36)i2 == (3)i6, a very useful relation. Co-bools won't commonly supercede simpler chains, but here I couldn't see any simply way to describe linkage.
13/Feb/12 9:39 AM
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