Riddles – End of the Universe – Solution — The Gnomestead Tapestry

A Gnomestead Tapestry Short.

A “School Daze” Riddle!

End of the Universe

I am the beginning of the end,
and the end of time and space.

I am essential to creation,
and I surround every place.

What am I?

Clue: You can find me at the end of the Universe!

I am the letter “e”!

Were you able to figure out the riddle? I hope you enjoyed it. In case you can’t figure out the solution:

I am the beginning of the end,
and the end of time and space.

I am essential to creation,
and I surround every place.

What am I?

Clue: You can find me at the end of the Universe!

 

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Thanks!

DWPenner


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Riddles – End of the Universe – Clue — The Gnomestead Tapestry

A Gnomestead Tapestry Short.

A “School Daze” Riddle!

 

End of the Universe

I am the beginning of the end,
and the end of time and space.

I am essential to creation,
and I surround every place.

What am I?

Clue: You can find me at the end of the Universe!

Can you guess the solution? Check here tomorrow! (Monday, Aug, 2017 — Noon Pacific Daylight Time.)

Hoping you enjoy the “Gnomestead Tapestry” School Daze riddle. Feel free to share it around!

Thanks!

DWPenner


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Interesting Internet Facts

Interesting Internet Facts

  1. Rasputin is a descendant of both Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan.
  2. Sasquatch are the descendants of the extinct short-faced bear.
  3. Chemtrails are caused by the expansion of hot exhaust into cold air.
  4. Santa Claus was originally a bishop in Turkey by the name of Kızak Sürücüsü.
  5. The Thesaurus was vegetarian, ate only plant matter, and was herbivorous in nature, disposition, and essence.
  6. The World is not flat. Obviously it is a hollow sphere with polar openings.
  7. Amoeba can spontaneously group together and form a multi-cellular organism.
  8. Fungi are neither plant, nor animal.
  9. The Roswell crash was an experimental long-range nuclear powered bomber the US Airforce was testing.
  10. Up to nine out of ten facts on the Internet are made up.

Sometimes it is important to double-check any facts you find on the Internet.

DWPenner

Riddles – End of the Universe — The Gnomestead Tapestry

A Gnomestead Tapestry Short.

A “School Daze” Riddle!

End of the Universe

I am the beginning of the end,
and the end of time and space.

I am essential to creation,
and I surround every place.

What am I?

Can you guess the solution? Check here in two days! (Monday, Aug, 2017 — Noon Pacific Daylight Time.)

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Thanks!

DWPenner


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Content

Status

I’m not content with the organization of the contents pages on the site. Now that there are so many cartoons in the three strips, I think I need better organization of them. Wheel Tales of Willow City has the least structure at the moment and so is just one rather long list.

I’ll have to ponder a solution.

DWPenner

Clips! — Wheel Tales of Willow City

Tomorrow (Monday, August 21, 2017) there will be a total eclipse of the Sun that will be visible in many places across North America. While this is a rare and special event, it can also be dangerous. Staring at the Sun, even for a short time can cause partial blindness or even total blindness.

Do not look at the Sun with unprotected eyes. Only use special glasses made just for this purpose. Sun glasses, no matter how good, are not good enough.

If you can’t get those special glasses there are safe ways to see the eclipse. One of the simplest is to make a small hole with a nail or pin in a sheet of card-stock. Like a file folder or cardboard from a cereal box. Then turn your back to the Sun and look at the shadow of that cardboard on a light coloured background — like another sheet of that cardboard. The Sunlight that passes through the pinhole will be an image of the Sun that is safe to view.

It is possible to use almost any small hole as a pinhole. It can be interesting to see all the images of the Eclipse you might find caused by holes in objects casting shadows — like the gaps between leaves in a tree or the holes in a colander. (normally used to strain stuff in the kitchen like pasta)

Here is a good plan for a pinhole projection viewer from NASA. It is inexpensive, easy to make, and cheap to make.

How to Make a Pinhole Projector to View the Solar Eclipse — NASA

This is a safe way to view the eclipse. The eclipse will be worth seeing even if you are not in the narrow track across the US that is a Total eclipse.

Oh, and check the article and links below the YouTube video for important links and information!

Some more information from NASA.

Please be safe! Many people have had permanent eye damage and even blindness by looking at the Sun without proper protection.


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Eclipse August 21, 2017

Eclipse by DWPenner 2017If you have a chance, I hope you can catch the eclipse coming on Monday, August 21, 2017. It’s visible over much of North America with a swath of totality cutting diagonally across the continent.

Don’t forget your Eclipse glasses to protect your eyes! You can also create pinhole viewers with paper, foil, and a cereal box – or just card-stock, like file folders.

How to Make a Pinhole Projector to View the Solar Eclipse, and other links — NASA

Some more information from NASA.

TimeAndDate.com page to search for eclipse time in your location.

Be safe while viewing the event! Sun spots belong on the Sun, not burnt into your retina!

DWPenner

Knock, Knock! 18 – Hall! — The Gnomestead Tapestry

A Gnomestead Tapestry Short.

A “Knock, Knock!” Joke!

You’d think Hall would be standing outside the schoolhouse.

You never know who or what is outside the door.

This is another of the “Gnomestead Tapestry” Knock, Knock jokes. I hope you enjoy this and share it around!

Thanks!

DWPenner


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Try to Walk More — Wheel Tales of Willow City

I recently spent some time in hospital and one of the high points was the great care I received from the registered nurses and other staff there. They did a very good job even with the trying case I presented to them. However upon being discharged their instructions were… a bit contradictory.

Among other instructions: Take time to walk as much as possible as it would accelerate the healing of my surgical wound in my belly. And to stay off my left foot in order not to retard the healing of the wound on the sole of my left foot. The instructions for one seemed to contradict the other.

I’m working it out and have healed greatly.


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Thank you!

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Riddles – Uprising! – Solution — The Gnomestead Tapestry

A Gnomestead Tapestry Short.

A “Down on the Farm” Riddle!

Uprising!

Row on row,
Rising to attention.
Beaten down,
But rising once more.
First white, then brown.
Strengthened by the forge of heat.
Giving that strength to the people.

What are they?

They are “loaves of bread”!

Did you get the solution. What did you think of the riddle?

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