Thursday, April 30, 2015

Z is for Zipline!

Z is for Zipline! They are the rage. You can find zipline tours all over the world now. Like this one in Astoria, where I go with cats to the affordable clinic. Be sure your wallet is packed with cash, however. This one costs $99 per person. I can get my thrills for free, but it looks like fun.
And now, the A to Z challenge is over and done with. It too was fun. Not an adrenaline rush fun but a goal oriented/complete something come up with posts mind game fun.  According to blogger stats, I received 44 visits from the A to Z challenge site.   This blog is not highly read anyway.  Many of the blogs I visited had about as few comments and readers as I do, so made me feel not so bad about having a blog few people read.   Any visitors I get, are sure welcome.

 Z is for Zipline. Zippity Do Da I'm Done!

6 comments :

  1. I (didn't) do a zipline once... in Puetra Valarta.... paid my $$$... got buckled in... chickened out. Everyone else went... I got buckled in again... chickened out... again... went down to the makeshift bar in the jungle and drank a margarita or two while I waited for Bill and the rest of the group to return after their exhilerating zip through the trees. Oh well.... and no, I didn't get my $$$ back. Maybe some day I'll get the courage to do it again. As to your blog and visitors... yours, like my own, is kind of off the wall... if I get comments, fine.... if not... I've got a record of where the heck I was that day. And... just think, how in the heck would we have connected that we have a mutual friend (Jim and Jane) had it not been for our mutual interest in kitties.

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    1. Haha, a margarita sounds more fun than a zipline. Or maybe a margarita before you do the zipline. I do use this blog more as a record of cats helped and what I've done. It has helped immensely, on many occasions. When an officer arrived at my door once to say a cat, microchipped to me, had been abandoned a few blocks from here, I immediately looked the cat up in my records, found who I got him fixed for (the clinic had microchipped for free and registered him to them and to me). I gave that info to the officer, but not only that, went back to the blog post, with photos of when the cat and others from same household, were fixed, and provided those pages also to the officer. The boyfriend was cited for animal abandonment.

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  2. Good grief, I wouldn't do that but I might have when much younger, but that I will never know now.

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  3. Hello there.
    Congratulations on surviving the A-Z Challenge! I didn't get to visit your blog during the crazy month of April so I'm popping over today from the Road Trip.

    Entrepreneurial Goddess, a fellow feline lover!

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    1. There's an A-Z road trip going on?

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    2. I didn't visit as many as I wanted to either, but made some new friends.

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