November 1, 2021

NOV 1, wordplay maps: Scramble-towns of eastern Canada, #12


Who would ever have guessed? It turns out that an unparalleled word in generating anagrams, i.e. letter scrambles, is P-A-L-I-N-D-R-O-M-E-S. We have taken advantage of that property to create this unique series of wordplay maps of imaginary American (and Canadian) locales, each one completed by its official two-letter state (or provincial) abbreviation. 



 LINKS to other nonsense in this series: 

Forward to the next Canadian map, eh?
Back to the previous Canadian map, eh?
Default to U.S.A. map #21 (final American version)


WHATEVER WERE YOU THINKING?

6 months ago:  May 1, 2021, etymology: 'George', 'Giorgio'

1 year ago: Nov 1, 2020, Toronto ravines: Highland Creek

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