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July 8, 2016

Around The World in 87 Days: Texas

Howdy, y'all! This is Christmas speaking. Today marks the eleventh week of my world tour, and guess where Oreo (my campaign manager) and I are off to today? Texas! Howe, Texas, to be exact. We'll be visiting a dog I don't know too well, and I'm excited to learn more about him and his home state!

I heard that in Texas they like horses, so Oreo and I rode a horse there. Even though it took 87 long hours.




















Our pal told us to meet him in this grassy place before we set off on our adventure.


























Finally, our special friend arrived!



























First, Sully showed us this cattle ranch. Then Oreo had a pawsome idea!
























I had a...unique...conversation with a cow.







































































Next, I decided to try and climb a sign just for the fun of it! (NOTE: This is Robin! I Googled "Texas Landscape" for some pictures and this sign was one of the first things that came up. After editing Chris, Oreo, and Sully in the picture I noticed the sign said "87"! What a crazy coincidence!)
























The three of us all rode our own horses...
























And then we let Sully accompany us on our campaign horse!




















We said goodbye to our buddy Sully and dropped him off at his house. Then Oreo and I decided to sleep in a stable, because that's what you do in Texas, right? However, we didn't know how smelly and uncomfortable stables could be!
























I had an incredible time getting to know Sully! The moral of the story is it's okay to ask for help translating cow language, and the second moral is don't horse around...vote for me!

P.S. July 15th is the deadline to enter any Pawlympics events! Tomorrow come back to my blog for a reminder, along with some info on how you can participate!

12 comments:

  1. Christmas what a fun fun post....girlz love cowboyz!
    Sully was a good host
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  2. Add the 10 gallon hats and you all would be amazing cow folks!

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  3. What a great adventure! Ghostwriter sees herds of dairy cows, and a horse farm too, on her way to work, but she never has time to stop and talk with them.

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  4. Hari OM
    That looks like my kinda visit, I loves cows... and hosses... Sending blessings to you for having traveled safely to Texas today... Hugs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

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  5. Oh Chris,
    You look so heavenly on that horse.
    Texas looks good on you.
    Love Noodles

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  6. OMD OMD you found Texas Rt. 87 ????? Gosh that is super. We have mad love fur Everythingy 87...
    EXCEPT Squirrels and Vaculas and Flashy Be... butt we Digress
    THAT is a super DUPER visit with Sully. We are sure that you will now have the entire BOVINE Vote.
    OMD we LOVE the HORSES you rode...
    WE were in the Pawlympic Equestrian Event 4 summers ago.

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  7. Looks like Sully really showed you around Texas! You know you shouldn't mess with Texas, it's their motto - BOL! So is the cow endorsing you? Did you wear cowdog boots?
    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  8. It looks like you all had a great time. Don't worry about the cow's opinion. No one cares about it. It is moo.

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  9. Howdy
    I am from Texas too.
    Great place but don't land in the pokey.
    What a super hwy sign (87) you found.
    Sorry you had to sleep the barn.
    XO Astro

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  10. What a wonderful visit and great job getting that cow's endorsement!!
    Smileys!
    Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

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  11. oh Sully's place is a wonderful one... and he can ride that fabulous horses efurry day! I like to sleep at such a place... you can look for mice and maybe you can have your own barn hunt that way?

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  12. So glad y'all stopped by and spent some time in my neck of the woods.

    Aroo to you,
    Sully

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