Riddle #1674

Question: Two men, Watson and Holmes, are out in the extremely dry forest. They are completely surrounded by a large forest fire on one side and a dangerous cliff on the other. The wind is blowing the forest fire towards them and the cliff. The fire will reach them in about one day.

Holmes turns to Watson, "I have matches, berries, and enough water for a day. We aren't going to die." How can they avoid getting swallowed up by the forest fire?

Riddle Discussion

By: Pixelz on 19/2/16

This doesn't make any sense!!! In the part where they refuged the forest fire would go!

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