Elliot Line (his site
) posted a new puzzle type that he'd created. Paddocks. I can see there might be some life in this. What do you think?
Draw fences between some of the posts so that each post is at the junction of exactly three fences.
These fences will divide the field into several paddocks; Some paddocks contain a number, but no more than one number, which will indicate the area of the paddock that contains it.
The boundary fence is already in place, so any post on the boundary only needs one more fence emerging from it in order to make up its full complement.
I realised his first real puzzle had much more information than necessary, so created this:
(My drawing skills aren't so good. Every vertex of the grid on and within the boundary fence should have a post. All possible fence lines are shown dotted)