Wednesday, May 28, 2014

• Wordless Wednesday: Road Tripping

17 comments:

  1. Someone going to Motel 6?

    WOOF~!

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    1. Have you stayed? Pets are free. I'd suggest seeing the room first. Some are nice and some aren't.

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  2. Rolling in to the Motel 6! Too funny!

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  3. Motel 6 :-) Are you feeling better. Safe Travels

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    1. This was Maggie, from our big trip in the Southwest in 2011. He (yep, Maggie was a boy) was a hearty traveler. Plane, car, hotels—nothing bothered him. I'm still coughing up a storm, unfortunately. A Golden Pain in the a**. :)

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  4. Great picture. Seems to enjoy his travels.

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    1. Maggie was happy to be in the ball, in the traveling cage, the big cage, whatever. He was an easygoing boy.

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  5. GO GO GOOOO I bet you can't catch him now!!

    Harvey Button

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    1. But I bet you could catch him, Harvey! *tee hee*

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  6. Work that ball! You have to keep your hamster-like figure somehow :) Such a cutie.

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