We’ve been traveling this summer to libraries in Oklahoma and Arkansas. The car coasts along the highway. My upright listens to Audio Books while Joey and I snooze in the air conditioned car. Fortunately, our upright stops often at rest areas. Joey and I enjoy discovering different smells.
I noticed the fragrance of wheat growing in Kansas fields. I watched cows munch on sweet grass. The wind never stopped blowing in Oklahoma. My nose quivered as I inhaled all the different smells and aromas.
Joey just sleeps and sleeps, and sleeps. The minute the car engine roars to life, he zonks out, which is fine by me. He’s not awake to annoy me. But he does like to stretch out and I don’t like him touching me. When I tire, I use Joey as a pillow. He’s quite soft! I can touch him, but I don’t like it when he touches me.
We really enjoyed the drive from Ada, Oklahoma to Fayetteville, Arkansas. Highway 49 from Ft. Smith to Fayetteville climbs through the Ozark Mountains. The stunning views made me want to run through the trees sniffing up stories! Joey fell asleep and didn’t notice a thing.
To make traveling easier on dogs, I recommend these things:
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