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... br> The last straw was when she kissed MY Dad. I had to get between them and give her little correction growl, then everything was back in order. I think Lucy is really a nice doggio, she just needs to finish being a puppy and learn how to chill...like yours truly.
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... Kelsey) and my K-9 cousins (Copper & Mattie). The Human cousins all said I was the cutest dog they've ever seen (when a guy's got it, a guy's got it), and my K-9 cousins let me be in charge, even Copper the 85 lb boxer. Life is OK in OK-lahoma.
Dad got to go with his Human cousins and feed cattle, which he seemed to enjoy a lot. He went out in the country to bring food to the ...
... ever. When I asked if this was where Joe Montana grew up, Dad just said "No!" real curt like and then didn't talk to me for the next hour. Whatever.
We stopped at an Indian trading post because Dad said they have genuine Buffalo Beef Jerky. So, I thought, yeah baby I'm in for some of that action! But, turns out it was a little more complicated than I thought. First, I had to negotiate with the biggest damn Indian ...
... Ranch in Amarillo, Texas. It's only one mile off the exit, right down there service road. You can actually see it from I-40 eastbound. It's pretty cool, if you like that kind of stuff.
Very, very desolate and boring drive. But, I know the scenery will get more interesting from here!
On to Sullivan, Missouri tomorrow.
Left the very over the top Holiday Inn this morning after a great breakfast of steak & eggs for Peter (just bacon & eggs for me) included in the price, old town real didn't look too old though. It's REALLY cold still but we set off on the I-40 westwards but decide to take a detour off south into Indian country as its so boring and really glad we did. The road was empty, no lorries, and lots of small towns mostly with run ...