This weeks From Clicking to Creating is a catch up on where we are, and a photo prompt post.
We left Utah on Thursday and headed for Idaho. We knew we could boondock in Idaho, at a place we had stayed last year. We love Wyoming, and the Jackson area, but it’s not the best for boondocking spots. So we came to the Snake river for a couple weeks instead. We got settled under some trees, which at the time seemed like a good idea.
The 2 Lil Owls prompt this week is, Out the window. This was looking out the window, kind of, I did stand outside to get this shot.
Everyone who is a dog owner bemoans the fact that most national parks are not dog friendly. All parks allow dogs in parking lots, or campgrounds, but not many offer places to hike with your dog. Joshua Tree NP is a real treat for people who want to be able to hike with their dogs, and enjoy a national park.
Before I went to Joshua Tree, I checked the website for their pet policies and was pleased to see that dogs are allowed to walk on any of the dirt roads. There are miles, and miles of dirt roads in the park, that provide a variety of terrain to see.
The standard rules apply, of walking on a leash, and picking up after your dog.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about dog products I’ve reviewed over the years. I have some definite favorites, and they are products that are especially useful for the summer months, and having fun with the dogs. Since so many people spend more time outdoors with their dogs, I wanted to share these 10 must have dog products for summer fun.
Of course getting there safely is the number one important rule. Car accidents happen, and when they do, you want to make sure your dogs are safe. SleepyPod is the number one safety product for dogs of all sizes. Crash test dummy tested products, ensure that dogs are protected in case of an accident.