A storm of Biblical proportions hit the quiz at the Oval on Sunday, and no-one was spared its wrath. No seriously, it was nuts. It hit right after the final round ended, and it lasted for over an hour. It hit so hard and so fast that most of us didn’t have time to make it to cover, and huddled under the little shelter offered by the bar. (Sadly, it also destroyed several scoresheets, meaning we can’t declare a winner. First time it’s ever happened. I’m bummed.)
We had kicked off the quiz with a great crowd, and were having a fun, if fairly humid, afternoon.
Getting soaked at the bar? Might as well grab a cold one.
A few hardy souls saw the futility of standing under the minimal cover, and thought it would be a good time to play Jenga.
While others created makeshift shelters in an effort to stay moderately dry.
Several people who couldn’t find shelter under the bar or in the makeshift tents made use of what little protection they had from the elements.
1. What fruit flavor will you find in abundance in a crepe suzette?
2. What was the name of Anthony Bourdain’s first book?
3. Lake Champlain lies between what two states?
New York, Vermont
4. What actresses breakout role was as Tony Montana’s wife in Scarface?
5. What candy bar was named after the inventor’s family horse?
6. What is the Turkish word for fate?
7. What’s the capital of Oregon?
8. The inventors of Coke, Pepsi, and Dr. Pepper all had the same profession. What was it?