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Dirty Hotel Glasses and Cups

Beware Hotel In-Room Drinking Glasses & Cups

Now, I don’t want to make you paranoid. In most locations, by law, mechanical dishwashers or approved hand washing techniques must be used. However, this is not always the case. Check out this investigative report video to see what they found in some hotels. I used to use these types of glasses and cups at […]

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5 Suggestions to Help with Car Sickness

Does your doggo get an upset tum-tum when they ride in the car? Follow these 5 suggestions to help you both have a smooth ride. Reduce Car Anxiety Car sickness is more often caused by anxiety, instead of the motion of the vehicle causing the motion sickness. Have your doggo sit in the car (without […]

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16 Travel Doggo Checklist Items

No matter the type of trip you are taking, these doggo travel checklist items will help you to get prepared: Up-to-date identification tags with a minimum of your doggo’s name and your cell phone number A secure dog collar or harness A strong leash as well as a backup leash just in case Food from […]

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Is Your Doggo a Chonking Thicc Boi

As in humans, we now recognize obesity as the most important medical disease that affects our companion animals. —Dr. Alex German University of Liverpool / Royal Canin Weight Management Clinic Research suggests that this is a global problem, with surveys from various parts of the world which shows doggo obesity around +40%. Even worse, around […]

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5 Care Tips for Doggos & Rescue Hoomans

Looking after your pooch (and yourself) is a big responsibility and can be time consuming, but well worth it! Did you know there are several things you can do to help care for yourself as well as your doggo, pupper, or inbetween floofs? In general, ensure you are both eating right, keeping regular with vet […]

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7 Simple Doggo Travel Rules

As you travel, you will figure out what is easiest for you and your road dawg. To start you off on down the road, be sure to follow these 7 simple doggo travel rules: Be respectful to others. Not everyone is the doggo lover that you are. Do not impose your love of them onto […]

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Wooldridge Monuments

The Wooldridge Monuments

The World’s Largest Non-Moving Cemetery Procession …Or as some refer to it, “The Strange Procession Which Never Moves“. The Wooldridge Monuments were built for Colonel Henry G. Wooldridge, to commemorate his family members and loved ones. I normally do not take pictures of graves, but this one was just too unique that I felt I […]

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World's Largest Fork Springfield, MO

The World’s Largest Fork

Located in Springfield, Missouri is a 35 foot tall fork stuck in the ground at an angle. It weighs 11 tons and is almost as tall as the 3 story building next to it. According to Noble & Associates, a Springfield ad agency, in 1998 the fork stood in front of a restaurant that failed […]

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World's Largest Fork & Meatball

World’s Largest Fork & Meatball

Branson, Missouri is known for some pretty large things. The World’s Largest Fork & Meatball (not to be confused with The World’s Largest Fork which I saw in Springfield) is located at the Pasghetti’s Italian Restaurant. The fork has ‘pasghetti‘ wrapped around it and the meatball below features a tunnel to walk through to get […]

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The Whisky Bottle Gravestone

This interesting headstone was featured in Ripley’s Believe it or Not and is possibly one of the most visited graves in the area of Clayton, if not the state of Alabama. William T. Mullen’s Whisky Bottle Gravestone The story goes that his wife told him that if he drank himself to death, that she would […]

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Charlie Smith - America's Oldest Man

Charlie Smith ~ America’s Oldest Man

I have run into, what I feel, are some amazing things while out on the road. Since I was going to be close to the area, I figured it was the right time to check up on a rumor a little bird told me… The oldest recorded person to live in the United States was […]

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Slats' Grave

The Grave of Leo the Lion 🦁

Slats – The 1st of 5 MGM Lions While Leo is probably the most famous of the MGM lions, Slats was actually the first (out of 5 lions) used on Goldwyn Pictures logo (1917-1924). He was then used on all of the black-and-white MGM films (1924-1928). While driving through New Jersey with my mother, I […]

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Sea Monsters HERE Warning Sign

The Navy Yard Sea Monster 🐙

This temporary inflatable sculpture, called “Sea Monsters HERE,” was located at Building 611 in the South Philly Navy Yard, and it holds the (incredibly specific) title of being the world’s largest inflatable tentacle sculpture. The installation was visible from Oct. 8, 2018 – Nov 16, 2018 and I was very happy to be able to […]

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World's Largest Paint Can

The World’s Largest Paint Can

Brilliant Commercial Advertising The World’s Largest Paint Can, located in Shippensburg, PA, is visible from I-81 in between Shippensburg and Chambersburg. This 1000-gallon can of Benjamin Moore paint stands about 35 feet tall and is adorned with a lid and handle. Originally the structure was a water tower from the previous owner. When the Benjamain […]

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Big Pencil

Not the World’s Largest Pencil

Business Marketing at its Finest The late John Campbell Findlay opened Wytheville Office Supply as “The Letter Shop” in 1948 in an upstairs room at 178 West Main Street and had the “Big Pencil” constructed in the early 60’s. For generations, visitors like myself have made a “point” to see Wytheville’s Main Street landmark. While […]

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Hi Jolly Monument

Hi Jolly & the Experimental U.S. Camel Corps.🐪

While trying to make it to Yuma by 3:10, I decided I had enough time to make a detour to visit Quartzsite, Arizona before heading South towards to border. At this point in my travels, I am actively on the lookout for anything interesting I can find. I had heard of a story involving “Confederate […]

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Stiffy Green the Bulldog

The Ever Vigilant “Stiffy Green” the Bulldog

Stiffy Green ~ The Most Beloved Bulldog In All Of Indiana The story of John Heinl and his loyal companion Stiffy Green is based on real events. He was said to have often been seen walking the streets of Terre Haute, Indiana with his small bulldog. They were inseparable. Stiffy Green supposedly got his name […]

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Harry Collins – The Frito-Lay Magician

The Cave Hill Cemetery & Arboretum While driving with my mother through Louisville, Kentucky, we drove past the entrance to the Cave Hill Cemetery & Arboretum. I pulled right over and my mother knew by this point that I was about to turn around to go check it out. The entrance to the cemetery was […]

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Lan Su Chinese Garden

Lan Su Chinese Garden

The Lan Su Chinese Garden cultivates a richly authentic Chinese culture within an oasis of tranquil beauty and harmony. My experience here was definitely one to remember as this is considered to be one the most authentic and largest classical Suzhou-style (Ming Dynasty) garden outside of China. I felt like I was teleported to another […]

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World's Only Corn Palace

Locate a Corny Road Attraction… Check!

While 99.7% of this trip started out unplanned, I began to make a point to keep my eye out for “checklist” destinations along the road. One of the checklist items on my list was to try and locate some type of corny roadside attraction. One thing I have learned in my travels is that if […]

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Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park

Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park is an 80-acre park featuring a walking trail, picnic areas, playground, a small pond, seven athletic playing fields, and a seven-acre off-leash dog area! Properly Sized for a Dog Park Stopping at this dog park was great! It was clean, large, and had other friendly dogs to play with. All […]

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Fantastic Caverns – The Dog Cave

On my way driving towards Kansas City, Missouri, I see a billboard sign that read “Fantastic Caverns Cave Dog” and instantly get excited as this would be my first true official road dawg adventure with Raven & Dags. I pulled over to contact the cave and see how far away I was. When I called, […]

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The First of Many Road Trips

Where it all began on the road for me and my doggos… It was the Summer of 2010, I decided to move to South Florida for work and thus began the first of many road trips with my dogs. Little did I know at the time, I would be traveling back to my home town […]

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Meet the Doggos

Raven was my first dog as an adult and I often refer to her as “the best decision of my adult life”…

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Why Doggo Blogo?

No one said having a doggo is easy, but knowing how to prepare yourself and your home will help…