Now to Zero in and create this last post.
I've chosen Zoo more than once for my final A to Z post. I was supposed to be showing my readers America the Beautiful as my theme so I will start with a couple of art photos from the Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Columbia, South Carolina. It's closed, but I can bring you there through photos. We are so fortunate to have the Internet.
These photos were taken the day after the August, 2017 total eclipse of the sun and by mid morning, this Northern blogger (upstate New York) was quite wilted. But the people of South Carolina know how to deal with heat they describe as being five degrees cooler than hell (yes, I heard that expression). Every so often we would walk through misters that would cool us down. But we didn't make it much past noon.
I want to return one day - maybe in March.
What I love is how people are coming up with imaginative ways to deal with our present situation. The Riverbanks Zoo and Botanical Gardens is offering a pickup Mothers Day meal for four, complete with a bottle of Prosceco and an (unspecified) pollinator plant.
So what about the zig zagging?
That's what spouse and I find ourselves doing when we try to walk for exercise on our rare beautiful sunny days (usually it's cold, or windy, or gloomy, or all three). If everyone else is out, keeping social distance becomes an exercise in planning and changing directions.
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But it's worth the zig-zag, just to get a glimpse of spring.
"Z" day in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge.
Thank you for following part of, or maybe even all of, my journey through the alphabet.