Going Nuts For Pistachios

Saturday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle I admit it, I’m addicted to pistachios. I like the ones still in the shell, that you get to crack the rest of the way open. It makes them last longer. I don’t know why they dye them red sometimes. I never really cared for it much. It always turned my […]

Lounge Chairs – Friday’s Relaxing Jigsaw Puzzle

Warm weather is here, and the weekend is shaping up to look very nice. I think I’ll spend some time hanging out at the pool. Care to join me? As you can tell by the picture in today’s jigsaw puzzle, it isn’t very crowded, so bring a friend or two. I’ve got plenty of towels, […]

Tomatoes – Thursday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

My wife has been working in the garden all week, getting it ready to go and planting things. One of her major crops is tomatoes. I like tomatoes, as long as they come in the form of catchup, spaghetti sauce, or otherwise cooked with meat so they no longer resemble tomatoes.

Wednesday’s Tough Jigsaw Puzzle – Coffee Cups

Ashley wrote to tell me she always has a cup of coffee while playing my jigsaw puzzles in the mornings. She also asked for one a little tougher than usual. You might want to have an extra cup of coffee before starting this jigsaw puzzle. It’s a tough one, and it is all about coffee […]

Umbrellas At Night – Tuesday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

Think about having a nice dinner for two outside where the weather is pleasantly warm and a nice, slow breeze is keeping you from getting too hot. Yes, it’s starting to get to be that time of year again. Until the bugs come out, that is. The outside dining is a nice change of pace […]

Bride Holding A Bouquet – Monday’s Jigsaw Puzzle

Da dum da dum… Long story short, I was flipping around the channels when I hit a show where this little girl was pretending to be a bride. She was wearing a dress about twenty sizes too large for her, and was holding up one of those back scrubbers on a handle as the bouquet. […]

Sunday’s Jig Saw Puzzle – Silk Twist

It is time for an abstract jigsaw puzzle. This one is called ‘Silk Twist.’ Enjoy, and have a nice Sunday. It’s a good day for a picnic.

Iguana – Saturday’s Reptile Jigsaw Puzzle

Yes, I know, it’s another animal jigsaw puzzle. I’m just trying to cover the gauntlet of classes of creatures. Mammals, reptiles, politicians, etc. I’d like to have an iguana, but my cats would probably object to it. Then again, if I got a politician, I’d have to get a really mean dog, too. Sorry if […]

Cat In The Grass – Friday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

I live next door to the crazy cat lady. Well, not really. She’s no more crazy than I am, but she has about a dozen cats. Then again, I have a zoo of my own, everything from rats to birds and rabbits and snakes. And two cats. Sigh… Perhaps we are both crazy. Enjoy the […]

The Yellow Rose of Australia

Thursday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle This yellow rose isn’t from Texas, it’s from Australia, believe it or not. Yes, they have roses there too. Not to mention things like trees and bears that aren’t really bears. And giant jumping mice. And crocodiles. They also have this weird custom where they put tiny crustaceans on girls named […]

Another Subway? What is he thinking?

Wednesday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle My last jigsaw puzzle of a subway didn’t go over very well, although I’m not sure if it was the puzzle or my story about looking for a meatball sandwich that people didn’t like. I think people don’t like to work jigsaw puzzles when they are hungry, so the meatball sub […]

Vegetable Shop – Tuesday’s Jig Saw Puzzle

If you have been wondering where all that food came from I’ve been using for my jig saw puzzles lately, the answer is a little vegetable shop in a tiny little suburb. Granted, they don’t speak much English there, but I manage to get the point across for what I want to cook. They do […]

Monday’s Mystery Jigsaw Puzzle – Food

Food can surprise you. It can look like one thing, and taste like another. I had some white colored ice cream that turned out to be pineapple flavored. I made a cake once that tasted like a used odor-eater. But I got better at it. Now my cakes taste like new odor-eaters instead. That cooking […]

The Shield – Sunday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

Have you ever visited a creepy old castle? One with mysterious cold drafts, creaking noises, and the sounds of chains being dragged around? Anyway, I liked movies and books about knights and castles when I was a kid, so when I found this picture of a shield, I had to use it for today’s jigsaw […]

Woods and a Fence – Saturday’s Jigsaw Puzzle

A DEA agent stops at a dairy farm and talks with the owner. He tells the farmer, ‘I need to inspect your property for illegally grown marijuana.’ The old Farmer says, ‘Okay, but don’t go in that field over there.’ The agent verbally explodes saying, “Mister, I have the authority of the Federal Government with […]

Monks From Sri Lanka – Friday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

When I was in the Navy, my ship stopped in Sri Lanka once, but only long enough to take on some fuel. We didn’t get to go anywhere. I did get to visit a couple of monasteries on my various trips to China, however. It was a great experience, seeing them, and seeing how the […]

Seashells – Thursday’s Down By The Sea Shore Jigsaw Puzzle

OK, no jokes about my sister Suzie and her sales job at the beach. I prefer to think about the various seashells, as well as the organic Ninja throwing star in the picture. It looks like if it didn’t stab you, it could eat you. Just my warped imagination is all.

Man at Subway – Wednesday’s Lunchtime Jigsaw Puzzle

I was looking for a Subway’s to get something for lunch, when I think I took a wrong turn. It was dark and dank, and all these loud trains kept running by, but nobody was selling meatball subs. There was an old guy with a hat on the ground asking for money, and someone else […]

Ninja Jedi In Training

Tuesday’s Daily Jig Saw Puzzle The force is strong in this one. No! She must learn the ways of the Ninja in order to destroy the warlord Koobi-Kan and seek revenge for her father! A Jedi does not seek revenge, nor does she fight because of emotion. She must master the light saber and learn […]

Palm Flower – Monday’s Creepy Alien Jigsaw Puzzle

No, this thing with the yellow tentacles isn’t some creepy alien coming to eat your brains. It is a palm flower, although I’d hate to have one growing out of my hands. It actually grows out of a palm tree, I think. I’m not really sure. In any case, it probably wouldn’t hurt to wear […]

Cafe – Sunday’s Lunch Time Jigsaw Puzzle

Except for some occasional rain, it is a good time to visit an outdoor cafe. Just try not to get sunburned. Today’s puzzles are a little bit harder than the usual ones, but I think you will still have fun. It’s a good time for a small challenge.

Girl With A Camera – Saturday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

I took my camera out looking for something nice to photograph for a jigsaw puzzle. Then I saw the young girl with the $800 zoom lens. I put my $29 camera back in my pocket and went home. Sigh… Gotta get me a better camera.

Outdoor Fire – Friday’s Jigsaw Puzzle

I guess outdoor fires are better than indoor fires, in certain circumstances. Others, not so much. Today’s jigsaw puzzle is dedicated to someone I went to high school with, Tommy Tate. He was a fire captain, and he passed away a couple of days ago. I didn’t know about it until I read his obituary […]

Fruit Tart – Thursday’s Jigsaw Puzzle

I admit it. I like fruit tarts. Actually I like any kind of tarts. Except jalapeno tarts. Other than that, tarts is tarts, especially when they are tart. OK, there’s a joke in here somewhere about the Queen of Tarts, but dang if I can figure it out. Now if you will excuse me, I’m […]

Olive Harvest – Wednesday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

Well, I don’t have any idea who Olive Harvest is or what she did, but I guess she was famous enough for them to make a statue of her. I do know one thing. I’m pretty certain she had nothing to do with Popeye. I took a closer look at the statues, and now I’m […]

Traditional American Kitchen – Tuesday’s Jigsaw Puzzle

Parts of this traditional kitchen in today’s jigsaw puzzle come from the late 18th and early 19th centuries, while parts come from the early 20th century. I just hope the soup in the kettle is from the 21st century. Have you ever cooked anything over an open fire? Other than while camping, that is. I […]

Monday’s Free Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

Chinese Temple in Bangkok, Thailand I have visited a few temples in my travels. I liked the looks of this one. The statue with multiple arms has it’s own story. The object in each hand, and the position of each hand not holding something has it’s own meaning. One of these days I will find […]

Young Girl In The Kitchen

Sunday’s Cooking Jigsaw Puzzle I seem to have ruffled a few feathers, but with nothing to do with this website. Different issue. Making people think sometimes has that effect. Today’s jigsaw puzzle is of a lovely young girl preparing some vegetables in the kitchen. It looks yummy! I wonder what she is preparing. Soup? A […]

Incense – Saturday’s Jigsaw Puzzle

It looks like most people got yesterday’s April Fool jigsaw puzzle, but there were a few who didn’t. You might say they were incensed. OK, for those that didn’t get the joke, download the puzzle from yesterday and play it. It’s not that big (no pun intended) and will only take a minute to work […]

Sheep – Friday’s Daily Jigsaw Puzzle

Well, with spring finally here, and summer right around the corner, April 1st seems like a good day to shear the sheep. Baaaaaa.