Thursday, May 18, 2006

The Answer To This Morning's Puzzler



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Just a wooden spoon.

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10 comments:

OldHorsetailSnake said...

Ah, I got here too late so I got both posts at once.

You pretty clever whittler, Cracker. Nice work.

Laura said...

arrrgh. I was so sure it was a critter beater.

Deb said...

Funny how my eyes were tricked into thinking it was bigger than it was. Nice spoon. I've been thinking lately instead of buying cheap non-biodegradable plastic, I should get a knife and start carving spoons. When I have spare time, that is.

Hal at Ranch Ramblins said...

I was going to make a guess yesterday, but thought "owl wait until tomorrow".

Excellent carving, and a fun puzzler.

roger said...

your mom doesn't use spoons?

robin andrea said...

Seeing its actual size, I realize just how beautifully carved it is. Lovely detail in that spoon.

thingfish23 said...

Damn but us Florida folks are a gifted buch, aren't we?

Oh - wait a sec. I don't really know how to do all that much.

But Fc steady represents the sunshine state! Go on with your bad self, Fc!

Ava said...

Well, you got me on that one!

It's sure a nice spoon!

Ava

Hick said...

If it's not a whacker, how come she doesn't use it anymore? I would. It's a beauty.

Floridacracker said...

Hoss,
Thanks!

Laura,
Not this time.

Deb,
Spare time is the rare commodity around here too.

Hal,
Owl have to post another sometime :)

dpr,
you should see us trying to eat soup at her house ;)

Robin,
Thanks, the pretty grain is the gift of a fungal infection in the maple wood...but you already knew that livin' with dpr.

Thingfish,
In the battle against the MOUSE representing FL, even spoons are called into play. Thanks for the kind words.

Ava,
Thanks, the first pic really didn't give ya any clue to size. It was a tough puzzler.

Hick,
I think she doesn't want to get it gravy stained.