Just rolled into New Mexico and I’m not sure if it’s the fresh air, the Pueblo style architecture, or the general vibe here — but this State made me realize how lucky I am to be so healthy, have shiny cool fur … and not a Blue Donkey.
Seriously, I kept telling this stupid donkey those birds are not his friends – they’re freeloaders! It’s so obvious:
Seeing the injustice I addressed the State Legislature and tabled a petition:
I soon discovered that wasn’t the only injustice — after nearly 2 weeks of sun, sand, and surf — I’m now adjusting to snow! Outdoor hikes are chilly here and there’s no swim up bar to be found.
Truth be told, it’s a bit too traumatic. So I’m packing it in early and planning ahead for some California Dreamin’ in the coming weeks. #SelfCare
Howdy, y’all! I have some great news: I’ve been elected Mayor of this Dog Park!
Look how lush and well-manicured the lawn is. Its upkeep will be my top priority as I begin to serve my 2 hour mandate.
As I outlined in my acceptance speech, the only question I have is why someone built a giant domed building in the middle of this lovely green space? It significantly limits where we can run. I can’t be the only dog who’s complained about this.
This is my pensive look. I’m simply asking questions.
After some thoughtful consideration, I decided I was hungry and didn’t really care. So I submitted my resignation and am off to my next adventure!
You probably don’t think of “beaches” when you think of Mississippi, but this coastal State has some nice ones.
That’s why I’m glad I stopped here, because one of my goals on this epic road trip is to achieve a paw-dipping trifecta: Hit the serene waters in the Atlantic, the Gulf Coast, and the Pacific Ocean.
I’m thrilled that today — just outside of Biloxi, I reached 2/3. Gulf Coast, baby!
Last week, I was was partying in the Outer Banks!. Today, I’m hitting the casinos in Biloxi and enjoying #beachlife in the Gulf! I can’t wait to get to Sunny California to experience the Pacific, which should be in about three weeks!
Obviously these are not Hawaii-style beaches, but would you complain?
As a vegan, options are very limited. But on the bright side, you can’t go wrong with shrimp and/or tacos + beer.
One quick night of rest and relaxation here before reuniting with my band in Louisiana tomorrow. Buckle up, folks: It’s gonna be a wild night!
There’s lots of history in Alabama – some good, some bad, some surprising. Mobile is home to the oldest, annual carnival in America!
True Story: In 1703, my good friend Ian started the very first “Mardi Gras” carnival when Mobile was the capital of Louisiana. In fact, he still wears his famous blue outfit that’s become a symbol of the festivities – including here, in front of the museum!
Even though I’m Irish, I can’t help but admire the French influence and architecture here.
I’m not going to hate on Florida, but some really weird stuff only happens here.
However, my fans see it as an opportunity and formed an Exploratory Committee for me to run for Congress! I met with some of them here today:
Their latest state-wide poll found overwhelming support for my views: I’m Pro-Dog, Anti-Cat, and believe in Universal Pet Care to help Florida’s senior dogs – a key voting demographic in this Congressional District.
They were very persuasive, and fed me lots of treats. But we just couldn’t come up with a campaign slogan. If you think of one, email me.
Still – and I’ll be honest here — I’m not convinced I have the stomach for Florida politics. I’m not saying “yes”, but I’m not closing the door to it either. I’m gonna have to sleep on it.
Fun Fact: Savannah is the best dog-friendly city in America. Parks, hotels, restaurants, libraries, and pubs all have treats for us. It’s glorious:
Oh yeah! I remember my uncle James telling me about the legendary parties held at this infamous home. He even helped write the true crime novel and movie “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil”. I was offered a role as “dog” in the opening scene, but my agent told me to pass.
I later visited the statue of Uncle James. He was a cool dog and often hung out with a young girl who would wave to ships passing through the historic Savannah Port.