by Randall L. Whipkey
Visitors to Summerset can buy antiques on Main St. at the Pickwick House, where each of
six specialty venders, including one selling sports memorabilia, occupies one of the six
1st floor rooms of the converted Victorian. Three of the shops are in the front three
rooms of Pickwick House facing Main St., with the other three at the back of the house.
Visitors must enter by the front door into the front center room, Shop A; the other
shops are designated B-F clockwise from A. From Shop A, visitors can enter flanking
Shops B and F and Shop D to the rear; from B, A and C can be entered; from C, B and D
are accessible; D has doorways to C, E, and A; E connects to D and F; and F leads to
E and A. Given the blueprint below, you should be able to map out an Antiques Roadshow
through Pickwick House: the name of each store, the shop A-F it occupies, and what it
- From Past Times, doorways lead to the shop offering jewelry pieces, to the store
selling furniture, and to Stengel's.
- Precious Memories isn't in Shop C.
- The vender of rare books doesn't have Shop B or Shop F.
- Stengel's isn't the Pickwick House dealer offering fine art.
- The store in Shop F isn't The Workshoppe.
- From Gallery, the antiques shopper can enter three other shops: Precious Memories,
the shop lined with rare books for sale, and the vender specializing in antique
and collector glass.
- The fine art seller isn't in Shop E.
- Visitors cannot enter The Workshoppe directly from the jewelry store.
- Edgemere Emporium isn't the shop dealing in glass.
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