I may not be as adventurous as a National Geographic Explorer or as photogenic as Samantha Brown, but I have been a lot of places, some well known, some not. More importantly, each place has its own quirks and fascinations and I want to share them with the world. This blog is a travelogue of the places, people and events that I have witnessed. I hope you enjoy and maybe learn something too.
We lost our wonderful dog Jasmine today. She was 15 years, 4
months and 12 days old. That’s over 105 in human years. Jasmine lived a lot of
life. She rode with her daddy when he
traveled the Baja Peninsula. She’s been to Moab. (I have yet to see Moab!)
Jasmine has been to the top of Colorado 14ers (although she rode to the top of
one mountain inside daddy’s backpack when she was a puppy). Not once, but twice she patiently rode in the back seat when we drove Florida. She swam in many ponds, lakes and rivers. She chased a
lot of tennis balls. And she was with her daddy in Aspen in 2000 when he met
me. He trusted me to watch his baby, who was only 3 years old at the time. She had the softest ears, like velvet. Now
it’s time to say goodbye.Good puppy.