For Devon's sake, she lives in Hellsinski
You have a very interesting mind.
Dave, I'm delighted.Btw, what is that game called in English? That one next to Stejar?
Well, it looks like a noughts and crosses board. But we don't colour-in one square.If it's not that, then I think it must be a Finnish game that we in warmer parts of Europe know not of.
Ok, it's not a noughts and crosses board and actually the squares on the photo don't look like the game I thought at all. I was thinking about the small kids' gameboard, where you have to move tiny squares around the board in order to make a picture. There's always one empty square. Turns out that I don't even know the Finnish name of it. Typical. I should just be quiet sometimes.
We call it a Sliding Picture Puzzle.
Thanks. Still don't know what it is in Finnish, though.
What is Superlon?
We did that a long time ago, duane. I expect our foxy friend could give you the link again, if you really want to know
Well, yep. Go to http://superloner.blogspot.com/ and you'll find almost everything about Superlon, if you want.You aren't from Dunedin, NZ by any chance?
Oh well, that would have been too good actually.
I and my cricket team are in New Zealand at the moment, if that's any help.
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