A 250 Piece Puzzle

20 Sep

Our family has always enjoyed putting together jigsaw puzzles; we have dragged them out for Thanksgiving and Christmas, as well as simple get-togethers for no particular reason.

While we are visiting our daughter and granddaughter, we pulled out a small (14 x 10) puzzle, which we figured the three of us could work in about 15 minutes.


The puzzle is cut from wood, and all the pieces are different. There are no corner pieces, so you have to look for triangular ones that mesh. There are lots of bits with flat edges, but they might go in the center someplace as easily as on the outside. The picture is of Omni Grove Park, a golf course near Ashville.

It was small, but it was mighty, and it took the four of us over two hours!


3 Responses to “A 250 Piece Puzzle”

  1. Garfield Hug September 23, 2022 at 1:27 pm #

    Well done! I usually do 1,000 pcs jigsaw puzzle on my own and I take a month because I have to work and can only do weekends or 1 to 2hrs week nights

    • thisendoftheswamp September 29, 2022 at 5:57 pm #

      The Squire and I generally take 2-3 days to put together a 1,000-piece puzzle. This one was a bit more difficult because the pieces didn’t really fit together – they just rested against each other, and they had such weird shapes. If you click on the picture, you should be able to enlarge it, and you can see hats and umbrellas, and even a golf cart!




  2. Garfield Hug September 30, 2022 at 3:52 pm #

    Amazing details indeed

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