I consider myself to be a seasoned traveler, as I’ve been enjoying the road and skies since before I can remember. Now that I’m older I have my own way of doing things, and I’ve created successful routines for traveling via car and airplane with my dog. I’m an expert at traveling alone with Wynston, and in the next couple of years I’d like to be living on the road full time. In the meantime, let’s discuss road tripping alone with your pup. Here are helpful tips for surviving a solo road trip with your dog.
Several years back I created a bucket list for Wynston. At that time I obviously couldn’t foresee the future, but now we’ve completed all but ONE item on that list. I figured it’s time for a fresh bucket list, especially considering Wynston has at least a decade of life left!
If you missed it back in April, I surprised my mom with a cruise vacation for her birthday! You can watch the super fun video here, and the post also gives you some background as to why I gifted her with something so incredible. My mom and I just returned from our cruise (I can’t believe how quickly this year is flying), so I wanted to share some photos and details with you all 🙂
Traveling to Arizona?! Well you’re in luck because this very diverse state is extremely dog friendly. Whether you’re up north in Sedona, cruising the Phoenix valley or scouring the south near Tucson, there is a fun dog friendly attraction you can enjoy almost anywhere!
Wynston and I (and our friends Kama, Porky Pig and Polly Pocket) leave for Nashville, TN to attend the 2015 BlogPaws conference in 5 days and 11 hours – from the time I am writing this post!!!!! It feels like just yesterday I purchased my plane ticket (February) and found out I am a Nose-to-Nose award finalist in March!