Camp Peabody Logic Puzzle Solution Back to Camp Peabody Logic Puzzle Click thumbnails below to view full solution images. Mountain Climbing tells us that Robin must have Bird Watching, Horseback Riding, and Bee Keeping. Horseback tells us both Alex and Robin are female, since they are in corners. Thus Bee Keeping must mean that Archery and Accounting are both run by Jean. We know the corners must belong to Robin or Alex. Since Robin can’t stand blood (per Archery), and no one has activities they’re not comfortable with (per Bird Watching), Robin must not have First Aid. So Alex has First Aid. First Aid tells us Robin has 2 adjacent activities in row 6, so she must have Kayaking. Kayaking tells us the 2 medical activities go to different people. Alex already has First Aid, and Robin can’t stand blood, so General Surgery must go to Jean. General Surgery tells us only Jean and Alex are in the top row. Since the corners must go to females, Alex must have Ghost Stories. Accounting tells us Jean has 3 consecutive activities in Column 2. By any column 2 combination this means Burglary must go to Jean. Ghost Stories tells us Alex has 3 consecutive activities in Row 5. This means Bartending must be Alex’s. Additionally, Burglary tells us that each assistant has 2 activities in column 5. Since Alex already has 2 activities in Column 5, Tort Law can’t be hers. This means in order to have 3 consecutive activities in row 5, Alex must have Carpentry. Carpentry tells us only Jean and Robin have multiple activities in column 2. Alex already has 1, so she can’t have the one in the top row, Quilting, so it must go to Jean (since Robin can’t have activities in the top row). This leaves Film Production left for Robin to have multiple activities in column 2. Quilting tells us that Jean only has 1 activity in column 3. He already has Accounting, so he can’t have the one in the top row, thus Psychotherapy must go to Alex. Psychotherapy tells us no one has consecutive activities in column 5. Since we know each person has 2 activities in column 5, Robin must have Tort Law and Jean must have Online Poker. Online Poker tells us Robin must have Special Casseroles and Mushroom Hunting. Tort Law tells us fencing is gory, and we know Robin can’t stand blood. Jean can’t have Fencing since he can only have one activity in column 3, so Alex must have Fencing. Bartending tells us a single person has all 3 activities that Mrs P is not an expert in. Fencing tells us bartending is one of these 3, so the person must be Alex. Alex then must also have Lanyard Making and Fashion Design, (as Mushroom Hunting and Film Production tell us Mrs P is not expert at these). Quilting tells us Jean has 1 activity in column 1, so Jean must have Hang Gliding. Hang Gliding tells us Robin must have Fortune Telling and Origami. Origami tells us only 2 rows have less than 3 assistants. Row 4 only has Jean and Robin, and General Surgery tells us the top row only has Alex and Jean. So all other rows must have all 3 assistants. This means Finger Painting must go to Jean. Finger Painting tells us Jean can’t have Advance Legos (since he is uncomfortable with it), so Legos must go to Alex since Robin has none in the top row. Per Hang Gliding, Robin has 3 consecutive in Column 4, so she must have Ice Sculpture. Ice Sculpture tells us that Code-Breaking is Jean’s. Congratulations!