Last Tuesday’s freestyle solution
Word count: 68
Mean word length: 5.65
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So, a 68-word grid I promised, and a 68-word grid I have delivered. I said it would be a bit uncharacteristic of my usual black square shape… and you’ll see why upon opening it. It’s a pair of quad stacks of nines. Because I want to maintain a minimum or an absence of junk, it was a little harder filling manually than was usual, but I did because I like a challenge. Obviously, everything else stemmed from the quad stacks, but I had a little leeway as the northeast and southwest are somewhat closed off. 15-Across, 63-Across, 34-Down, and 13-Across (of course, I live there and I’ve been to that park many times, so I had to shout it out some time) were my starting points for this grid.
My favorite thing that I learned from this puzzle is in 39-Down. Of all the places I thought it would have come from, Washington, D.C. wouldn’t have been on that list.
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