And finally we are at the end of A to Z. What an adventure it has been for us who have participated in it. Thank you all for commenting on my posts. I hope you enjoyed seeing the sights of the area of our favorite walking place for Koda.
Z - Zero
Zero tolerance of allowing alcoholic beverages at this particular place.
I would like to say I have never seen anyone drinking alcohol down there, but I have. I'm not sure how often the police patrol the area to look for such infractions.
I'm going to summarize my thoughts of this year's A/Z here rather than do a reflection post in a week or so; I'll keep it short and simple, skip it if you want, but scroll down to end for pictures of "everyone's" favorite corgi:
1. Really helped to have a theme and to get all the posts written before the challenge started. I just tweaked here and there on some posts during it, but I was able to enjoy reading, instead of scrambling to write.
2. Keep it short and simple. I tried to here (and you know how I can be with words). In visiting other blogs, if they were long posts, I didn't take the time to read them, brilliant as they might be, since I knew I had a lot more I wanted to accomplish during my blogging time.
3. There were some blogs that were connected with Google Plus that for some reason I could not comment on even though I tried. It was frustrating.
4. Keep comment forms simple. Blogger is more kind with that than Word Press. If I have to search around a lot to find how to leave a comment, I'm less likely to leave one.
and now I leave you with three final pictures from where we walk Koda (anyone catch the posing of the pictures?)
(mini blog break; I don't plan to post anything for at least a week or so, but plan to keep reading blogs; thank you all who stuck with me and commented faithfully on my posts. I learned a lot about you guys from answering my questions; I truly did enjoy this year's challenge; will I do it next year; not sure, the jury is still out)