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Photo of the Day

Trinity Bay

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Eastern Newfoundland

Trinity Bay was hailed as the must-see tourist site. It was nice, I have to admit but I'd had it with dinner theaters and sets from television shows I had never heard of. Still, when the nearby California Coastal town jams itself up with chintzy art galleries and overpriced milky lattes and weekend traffic jams its just plain hell. When Trinity Bay loads itself with dinner theater, chintzy art galleries, ten dollar BLTs and convenience stores selling fair trade organic coffee, you can still turn around, walk ten feet and look at the specatular scenary and be by yourself.

Date Taken: 6-23-2008

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Slider Game

Today's photo has been divided into sliding tiles-- rows and columns with the space for the th tile left as an empty spot.

If a tile is adjacent (but not diagonal) to the empty slot, you can slide that tile into the empty slot by clicking on it.

By sliding the tiles around you can really !
But once the board has been scrambled can you slide the tiles back into place?


Too hard? Would it be easier if the tiles had big orange numbers from 1 to on them so you'd know where each tile belongs?

Show Numbers Hide numbers.

Too/Not Challenging {Enough}? Change the number of tiles.
Number of Rows:
Number of Columns:


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