A Puzzle

The directions are somewhat inscrutable

Rose and Eugenia like the idea of a 3-D puzzle, but are perplexed by some of the instructions.



Rose reads out the numbers

Apparently first the numbers must be inscribed right on the wood.


Eugenia writes on the pieces.

With 125 bits and pieces to keep track of, the girls go slowly, and frequently double-check.  It takes a long time!

This is part of A LONG Story



8 thoughts on “A Puzzle

  1. Hitty Ashlyn wishes she could join in the fun of making this puzzle——–looks like they will have to use their wooden brains for this one.

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