And Zenda is tiny. In the 2010 census there were only 90 residents living inside of 44 households in Zenda. This little town has dwindled down from the 2000 census when there were 123 people living there. That means that it is a very, very tiny town. I cannot even image what life in this little town would be like.
Zenda, Kansas is located in Kingman County. They have a grade school that educates grades kindergarten through 8th grade. They have a municipal building that also houses the towns tiny, but award-winning, library.
The Zenda Jail still stands on Main Street. It is a tiny concrete box with iron rings attached to the floor to shackle the prisoners. It is a safe bet to say this jail has not been used for a number of years.
If you decide that you want to visit Zenda, come look me up. I only live about 50 miles away.
Until next April, that is the end of Blogging from A to Z, the April challenge.
I will be back with a reflections post to let you know what I learned along the way.