Replacing the dryer with one that was two inches wider led to having to move a shelf unit. Which meant unloading all the old games from the shelves. Which meant going through all the old games and deciding which to keep and which to dispose of. Which meant rediscovering games that perhaps deserved a second look. Which led to trying a 20-year-old game that I'd picked up at a PrezCon auction thinking my wife would like it but never actually played - 221B Baker Street: Sherlock Holmes and the Time Machine (designer Jay Moriarity, publisher John N. Hansen Co).