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Travel to Cabins

Do any of you vacation in cabins? Perhaps you have a family cabin, or a special place you half-camp, half-board at? I’ve been to a camp that offered a one-room cabin with only electrical lights and a bunk bed and couch.

Nancy Drew Mystery Adventure Games

As for the weekend puzzle, the Morse code spells out [“Ghost of Thornton Hall“] which is the next game we are playing in our Twitch party for October.

-Little Jackalope

8 responses to “Travel to Cabins”

  1. Meredith says:

    Hi LJ! I was at a booksale this weekend and found a super old version of the ND book “Sign of the Twisted Candles” and obviously bought it. I swear I remember you mentioning one of the games is based on it, but so far as I’m reading it I haven’t been able to figure out which-can you help me out? 🙂

    • Little Jackalope says:

      Hi Meredith! That is so cool! I love finding treasures like Old Nancy Drew books! None of our games are based on or inspired by that title, but I have mentioned that it is my favorite mystery story. 🙂 Very cool find, though!

      • Meredith says:

        LJ-Thanks! I knew you talked about it, but I must have mixed it up that it contributed to a game. It’s a really good mystery though, and could be good for future games especially with the side story with Bess/George and Nancy!

  2. Happypuppyharley says:

    That game makes me jump every time, even when I know something’s about to happen. In a way it’s kinda funny.

  3. Sophia K. R. A. says:

    Yeah, I go to my cabin almost every summer and we get to see shooting stars, satellites, the milky way, a lightning storm on the other side of the lake and when we’re lucky, northern lights!

  4. Anonymous says:

    In chemistry class today I noticed that Molydenum (the element Nikki Sabbattini likes in ICE) is right next to Niobium (made me think of Niobe) on the periodic table. Just though it was funny 🙂

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