Each boggling story is accompanied by a grid of letters. Fill in the blanks of the story with words found by connecting contiguous letters in the grid. All missing words have four letters or more. Each letter can only be used once per word, but letters can be reused to form different words.


Here's an example:




The possible words that can be made from the grid of letters are: came, case, cast, cats, east, eats, mast, mats, meat, meats, same, scam, scat, seam, tame, & tames. Some words that cannot be made are team (letters are not all adjacent), Ames (which is a town in Iowa, but doesn’t count because it is a proper name), and seams (uses ‘s’ twice).

The solution to the story is:




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