|Black Bread Cafe|
The 23 changes we made to this puzzle won't change the enjoyment of a meal at this Jim Thorpe, PA, retaurant.
Coal Miner's Kitchen
This tableau at the No. 9 Mine and Museum in Lansford, PA, recreates what homelife was like for miners. Visitors can tour the anthracite mine itself for a touch of what mining meant for these tough men.
In the Station
Decorative tiled walls and travel brochures make this nook in the San Diego train station a good spot for Spot the Differences.
Even the 24 alterations we made doesn't make this Mexican artwork any less--or more--unusual.
What's the Score?
The score is All-Star Puzzles 27, original minor league Keys' scoreboard and outfield wall 0 changes.
This mural section at the Smithsonian's Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center commemorates aviation; the Center showcases the Enola Gay, Concorde, Space Shuttle Enterprise, and many other air and space vehicles and artifacts.
Beautiful scarves imported from India make a bright, 24-change Spot the Difference Puzzle.
A sign beckons midway visitors into a tent at the county fair. Is Rickey Ripley's first name?
This Mask at the National Museum of the American Indian is a work of art, even with the 24 changes we made.
For a birthday or any other occasion, these creations make a pretty gift--without the 24 alterations we've made.
You can go by SUV, train, or truck, and Spot the 23 Differences between the two pictures on your way.
These puppets were just hanging around waiting for us to make 25 changes to them.
The (Not) Produce Cart
It's not real produce, but these ceramic decorations paint a bright picture to which we have made 24 alterations.
Take a trip up the Severn for a unique view of Maryland's capital--and spot the 26 differences between the two photos.
Busy Boston Street
Cars, trucks, people, and tall buildings combine in a changing--and changed 24 ways--scene.
|The Little Teapot|
Decorative teapots for all occasions make a perfect 25-change Spot the Difference puzzle to "tea" off on.
One Man's Trash
... is another man's trash, too. The only treasure here is the fun of finding the 22 changes we made to this dumpster.
While it's not quite as healthy (understatement #1) as the salads in the last puzzle, we are a little partial (understatement #2) to junk food on the Midway.
"It Slices, It Dices ..."
And does lots of other wonderful things that make eating fresh foods fun. We've sliced and diced ourselves, making 25 changes to this Spot the Difference Puzzle for your fun.
General Tso Ate Here
Actually, not quite true--but you can eat General Tso's chicken at this Chinatown favorite in Washington.