"Wish You Were Here"
by Randall L. Whipkey
Last month, Tom and Teresa Tourbus spent six delightful days, Sunday
through Friday, seeing the sights of San Francisco. Each day, the
Tourbuses sent a postcard of an attraction they had just visited to
family friends back home in Summerset; one day they mailed home a
postcard of the Powell-Mason Cable Car that they rode to go from Market
to Ghirardelli Square. Given the tour guide below, can you solve the
Logic Problem of what San Francisco treat Tom and Teresa enjoyed each
day Sunday-Friday and to whom they sent a postcard of their day's
- The postcard of fog-shrouded Alcatraz Island and its infamous
prison didn't go to the Tourbuses' son Terry.
- On three consecutive days, earliest-to-latest, Tom and Teresa
sent a postcard of the Japanese Tea Garden, mailed a postcard
to Tom's office, and shared the sights with Tom's brother Ted.
- Daughter Tanya didn't receive the postcard sent Wednesday.
- The trip across, and postcard of, the Golden Gate Bridge to
beautiful Sausalito weren't on Tuesday's itinerary.
- One day Tom and Teresa enjoyed sending a picture of Fisherman's
Wharf, where they dined on crab legs, back home; the next day,
they sent Teresa's sister Tamara a postcard, and the day after
that, they mailed a postcard from Alcatraz itself.
- The postcard they sent after driving down the incredibly crooked
Lombard St. wasn't the one posted on Thursday.
- The Fisherman's Wharf scene didn't go to Tom's brother Ted.
- Teresa's sister Tamara didn't receive the postcard of the
Golden Gate Bridge.
- The postcards Tom and Teresa sent to their daughter Tanya and to
their neighbors the Wilsons weren't from attractions they visited
on back-to-back days.
- The Tourbuses's son Terry didn't get his postcard from his
parents' Wednesday adventures by the Bay.
- Although he later joked that it might have been appropriate, Tom
didn't send his office the shot of Alcatraz.
Logic Problem Solution
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