After having no luck in finding a sunflower patch near my house, I drove down to the Virginia-Maryland line (aka the Potomac River) and found one in a park. The owners set it up for people to go to, but they also did it so that birds would be attracted to the area… So the birds could be hunted. While there was plenty of gunshots in the distance, there was no one hunting near the flowers.
Sunflowers are my favorite flowers, by the way. They get their energy from the sun, and they’re good against zombies.
René F. Najera, DrPH
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