Readers are doing a decent job of trying to make the “Z” stories voting block the one with the most votes ever. It’s also nice getting feedback letting us know this is one of the best batches of stories yet. I mean, we always try doing our best, but it’s nice to read we’re ending the Alphabet Challenge on a high.
And you, yes, YOU, can help smash all previous voting records! Helping doesn’t mean just reading and voting for the stories, but also going the extra mile and urging friends and family to read and vote (presuming you have friends and family who like to read). This being the last group of stories, it’s not like they have to commit to much, especially since there’s only one day left.
That said, only read and vote if you have the time and inclination. Life can throw loops at people and if something keeps you from these stories, that’s perfectly fine.
But if you’ve been a reader of our offerings and someone who votes — even if only occasionally — know that you have the writer’s unending gratitude.
The links to this last trio of stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge Z-Stories” are HERE(link). Votes will be accepted until Noon (Central Time) tomorrow Thursday, April 8th, 2021.
Since I don’t want to keep you long, just a few photo offerings . . .
Some sights from our 2015 travels to Yellowstone NP.
Not Yellowstone proper, but Western scenery just the same . . .
And, for comparison, the original photos . . .
The original-size photos are in this SmugMug Gallery — LINK. These are the last of the Alphabet Challenge reminder to vote photos.
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