The Week contest: Viking travel
This week's question: Archeologists have pinpointed the first landing of Vikings in North America: 1021 A.D. If a Viking explorer had written a travelogue about his trip to America 1,000 years ago, what should it have been titled?
THE WINNER: "Norse by Northwest"
Lavinia Ycas, Boulder, Colorado
SECOND PLACE: "Erik the Red, White, and Blue"
Dave Grossman, Petaluma, California
THIRD PLACE: "The New World: A Sight for Thor Eyes"
Janine Witte, Doylestown, Pennsylvania
"Viking the Appalachian Trail"
Andrea Carla Michaels, San Francisco
"Putting Eric in AmERICa"
Linda Milanese, Livermore, California
Maridith Janssen, Long Beach, California
"It's a Plunderful Life!"
Pete Winslow, Wilmington, North Carolina
"The Thor-ough Guide to America"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana
"The Erikson Leiflet"
George Strong, Plano, Texas
"Make America Raid Again"
R.J. Costello, Tucson, Arizona
"The Extremely Rough Guide to America"
Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania
"Bjorn to Travel"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas
"Mead, Me, in St. Louis"
Rob Huffman, Fredericksburg, Virginia