Bow wow, has it already been four weeks since my last tour post? That's crazy! My campaign manager/running mate Oreo and I visited Casey and Jessie in Texas. Now we're headed to Utah to visit two very special dudes! Ahem, I meant "doods".
My pal and I traveled in our classic pickup truck. It was fun!
Our buddies told us to meet them at this nice little park.
Then mayorz Murphy and Stanley arrived!
The doods led Oreo and I to their home and showed us their Doodle Clubhouse. We were given VIP passes to enter, so we went inside to check it out. Don't tell the mayorz, but I marked the place as my own, if that makes sense. Heehee!
Then, the four of us traveled to a place called Zion National Park and got to stand on top of this canyon, which was 87 feet high! (I'm just guessing...BOL!) Can you find the four of us? We're all spread out!
We also swung by Utah's own Hill AFB. Murphy and Stanley's dad used to work there! The mayorz have passes to test out the military jets (they pretty much have passes for everything), so Oreo and I got to enjoy our first jet experience!
Across the street from the home of mayorz Murphy and Stanley, there is a place called Ben Lomond where we went for a hike. That hike turned into a mountain climbing adventure!
The view from the mountain was dog gone amazing.
Next, we all headed to the Dinosaur National Monument and dug for dinosaur bones!
I made a discovery!
We went to a place called Antelope Island and hung out with a bison there. It was time for Oreo and I to leave, so we decided our new bison (which sounds a lot like "bye, son" according to Stanley) could take us home!
I had an amazing time getting to know mayorz Murphy and Stanley! They know a lot of fun places to visit are a lot of fun themselves. Keep a lookout...maybe I'll be in your state next!
Chris' Care Tip #10: Don't let your dog ride in the car in a way that isn't safe. Don't let him ride in the back of a pickup truck, and it's not too safe to let him ride loose, either.
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