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Monday, 08 August 2011



It can be a bit tough travelling with doggies. We just got back from a weekend in Santa Barbara. Although our Chert enjoyed the extra exercise, between being on guard and being subjected to a raucous birthday party, he was REALLY happy to get back home.

By the way, Santa Barbara has a LOT of dog friendly cafes on Western State street.

ed (from yuma)

Thanks, Jan, for the notice about Santa Barbara. We traveled with Chloe because she is a fairly new rescue dog, and we didn't want her to feel deserted again. Plus she had just gone through 2 months of heartworm treatment when she was on limited exercise, so we wanted her to be able to walk and play outside – difficult to do in July in Yuma. We didn't realize, however, that the trip itself would add some stress to her doggy days.


Oops. I just realized that State street runs North-South. Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz both throw me for a loop with their East-West alignment. So I guess I meant South State street. :)


Ed, you got a rescue dog!!! I cannot tell you how happy that makes me, you guys are the sweetest and Miss Chloe is a very lucky dog. Wish you could've scoped out places for us in advance tho. ;)

We miss you and Tina, miss chatting, miss watching you get excited about the food we're being served and taking pictures of everything. How do we get you to visit us in NC? Tina & Chloe are welcome too!

ed (from Yuma)

Micaela -- great to hear from you again. We miss you too. It's always nice to have interesting friends to chat and eat with. Hope all is well in NC. Send Tina and I an email letting us know how things are going with your transition. Right now, I'm getting busy again after having a nice (if hot) couple of months off.

Ann Walker

Hi Ed, please get in touch with me at Yuma Visitors Bureau ... ann@visityuma. Freelance writer Roger Naylor would like to do a Yuma taco truck crawl for a story in the Arizona Republic, and I figured you'd be the ideal guide. Please email or call me (376-0100) about logistics. Thanks!

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