Happy first day of Spring! There’s not a whole lot of things that you can count on these days, but you can always count on spring coming around. I think it’s fantastic that one of the first flowers to bloom after a long, dreary winter is the bright, yellow, happy daffodil.
Spring is all about splashes of color. I love color. That’s why I love this baby, spotted elephant that I spotted at South of the Border in Dillon, South Carolina. He wanted to come home with me, but I had to say, “No. You’re too big to fit in the car.” And besides, I couldn’t take him from his home because if you go to, South of the Border, you can always count on spotting a spotted elephant! South of the Border, is filled with oodles of silly, photo opportunities, not just for kids. Just be sure you have a camera, a camera with a charged battery or at least your battery charger.
When I arrived at South of the Border, I couldn’t wait to get out of the car and start shooting. But, after about five pictures, my battery died. I forgot to charge it and I forgot the charger. So, I had to resort to shopping and eating. If you want to see the baby, spotted elephant and lots of other curious things, check it out. This year they are celebrating their 60th anniversary! South Of The Border ~ America’s Favorite Highway Oasis
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Oh, before I go, if you like trees like I like trees, check out my most recent article in the Fort Mill Times,There go the trees – and the neighborhood | Brain Flurries | Fort Mill Times.
Thanks for stopping by and spending a few moments from your time bank with me! Until next time, I’m off to see what I can spot on this first day of spring!