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It's Just A Walk In The Park

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It's Just A Walk In The Park

It's Just A Walk In The Park

It's Just A Walk In The Park

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On-Air Challenge

Every answer is the name of a U.S. national park. You are given an anagram of the name and asked to identify the park. For example, given "search," the answer would be "arches," as in Arches National Park in Utah.

Last Week's And This Week's Challenge

This was a two-week creative challenge. Come up with a riddle that starts off with "What's the difference between" and involves a spoonerism. A spoonerism is when consonant sounds are interchanged. For example, "What's the difference between an ornithologist and a loser in a spelling bee?" The answer: "One is a bird watcher, and the other is a word botcher." Another example: "What's the difference between an iceberg and a groom at a stable?" The answer: "One crushes boats, while the other brushes coats." Entries will be judged on cleverness, originality and naturalness of syntax.

Submit Your Answer

If you know the answer to next week's challenge, submit it here. Listeners who submit correct answers win a chance to play the on-air puzzle. Important: Include a phone number where we can reach you Thursday at 3 p.m. Eastern.

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