|The Susan Constant|
Jamestown's settlers crossed the Atlantic in this small craft; they probably would have sunk with the 20 changes we made to it.
Let's Play Video Games
We wonder if you get a finger in the eye playing the Three Stooges video.
Don't pass if you need gas in Plymouth, Mass.?
A funhouse game with 24 changes made to it makes a fun Spot the Difference Puzzle.
San Francisco's famous row of houses suffers 23 subtle changes at the hands of All-Star Puzzles' exterior decorator.
|The Way We Baked|
A stove and accompanying utensils from the past remind us of Grandma's kitchen.
Hats For Sale
Keep the sun off while you find the 19 differences between these two pictures of a Colonial Williamsburg vendor's cart.
White Water Ahead
While we're on the subject of boats, risk a raft trip on the rapids of Pennsylvania's Youghiogheny River.
The National Aquarium looms in the background as Sunday sailors paddle in Baltimore's busy Inner Harbor.
21 changes make this mall Merry-Go-Round a mighty tough puzzle ride. Giddy-up go!
|The Way We Cooked|
This Spot the Difference Puzzle recalls when we were really Spry around the kitchen.
Weaver at Work
The crafts people of Colonial Williamsburg weave a living tapestry of 1774 America for millions of visitors each year.
We have made our own 19-change arrangement of this bold bouquet of silk flowers.
Fair visitors sample traditional fare offered by Midway vendors in this Spot the Difference Puzzle.
The Old Grocery
We've made 22 changes to this photo of an old grocery counter stocked with a wide variety of products for sale.
This Route 1 restaurant has been serving hamburgers to Marylanders and travelers-through for years.
Colors "R" Us
We sketched in 19 changes to this colorful shot of Crayola and competitors wares.
Taroudant Garage Sale
A resident of this citadel city in Morocco raises a few dirham with a sidewalk sale.
The 18 changes we've made to these vending machines won't make them any less a nightmare for the Atkins dieter.
Lancaster County Market
Amish country cornucopia attracts salad lovers from all over the East Coast.