|Tucked In on a Cold Night|
I love to hike but back country camping (where all of the good hiking and scenery is!) in National, Forestry, and State Parks is not an option when you have a dog with you. Of course, if you have an old dog with arthritis with you, hiking is more like ambling...or even crawling. Bless her heart, Lillie has pushed through her comfort zone in this area!
|"I asked for Red!"|
Seeing the sites (indoor attractions, for the most part) are a problem too if you're not in a cooler climate as you have to leave your pet in the vehicle. I'll stop to see how long it will take to tour the facility and if they offer kennels. Many National Park attractions do have kennels available, either for free or for a fee. Unless I just wander upon something, I tend to pull it up online to find if I should head there or not waste my time. I also am big on wine tasting at vineyards. The majority of them have actually allowed me to bring Lillie in with me. All of the others had patios so I leashed Lillie to a table and brought my tasting outside.