Mom and I are on “A Trip.” We went for a ride in the car for a very long time until we got to The Cabin.
When you ride in the car, you drive and drive, and then you stop at a Rest Area. (I don’t need to rest because I have been resting in the car.) Mom and I take walks at Rest Areas.
In my long life of 13 months I have set foot on (and Peed in) five states. (Six, if I count North Carolina, where I was born. But I was just a baby then.)
Tennessee: I live in Tennessee, so I have Peed here a lot!! The rest stops in Tennessee are very nice. Lots of grass and smells and people and dogs.
Arkansas: Part of Arkansas is very flat. Part of Arkansas is very hilly. Peeing was fine in both parts.
Oklahoma: What I noticed here was Lots of Wind! You have to be careful how you stand when peeing.
Kansas: This state is both flat and windy. I saw the biggest dogs here. They said, “Moo!”
Colorado: There are Lots of New Smells in Colorado. The air is light and dry. I set off the prairie dog alarm when I got too close. Mom and I went the other way.
Now we are in some mountains and I get to pee by the river when we take walks every day.
JJ, you have perspective like no other! I love your stories – especially about the big moo-dogs in Kansas. Thank you for your travelogue. Keep adding adventures and telling us who stay home about them.
Have you ever seen a Moo dog?
Yes, JJ — I lived with Moo Dogs when I was growing up in North Carolina (that’s near Tennessee).We had a big grassy place with a fence and a moo dog house called a barn. I liked to feed them and brush their soft coats! They have been wet noses and would sniff you — and let you sniff them!
Maybe you can meet a Moo Dog up close!
Welcome to Colorado JJ! The air here is amazing.
So many smells
You are so lucky, JJ. I was 4 years old in April and haven’t been out of Tennessee. I did go up to Knoxville to the U.T. hospital because I was very sick and they made me better.
Have a good trip and enjoy it all. Tell us all about it!
I am sorry you had to go to the hospital!!! Maybe someday you can have an adventure!! Woof!!
JJ I think those big dogs in Kansas were cows. But wait till you see some Buffalo. If your mom would drive through the flint hills, I think you might see Buffalo. They make cows look small and they would make you look very small. I would not advise you to go sniffing around them. Enjoy being at the cabin and exploring all the new sights and smells. Blessings!
Cows. They sound Very Interesting. I might be scared of a Buffalo. I saw big dogs called deer in Tennessee.