Thursday, May 29, 2014

Animal society/Ginger has theme music

I was the dog of honor at Barry George and Dr. Elizabeth Caspian's Animal Society. It was inspired by the life of there dog Kaile.....a beautiful dog that lived to be 23 years old and passed in 2007. What a wonderful group of kids that love animals and have interest in helping any and all animals. They share the message "don't shop....ADOPT!' With all the dogs that need rescuing there is no reason to buy a dog when you can save one of my doggy friends life. This is one of the wonderful messages that Mr. George and Dr. Caspian share with the children and get out through there music! I really loved the kids and I would have liked them even if they didn't have bacon waiting for me there:)

Not only are Barry George/Dr. Elizabeth Caspian creators of the Animal Society, but they are also musicians that create music at there home studio to help save dogs that so need to be rescued. There band is called the 'Heart, Vision Tribe' They have a pack of 11 dogs at home they've saved, and are now reaching out to the masses to help save dogs. They helped my Dad create a theme song for me as I cross the country. I must admit I like having my own theme song. Listen to it please:

If you want to listen to more of the Heart Vision Tribe and learn more about them click links below:

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Lo Lo Mai/Flagstaff-climbing highest peak

Soooooo........We left Lo Lo Mai in Sedona but it was more like an araviou than a goodbye. We will definitely be back. Even if my Dad does not take me I'm going back to the greatest doggy play land in the world by myself!!! Featuring beautiful Oak Creek, Artesian Spring, 22 acres of open grass to run on, lots of nature, yoga, lots o dogs to play with, 3 vineyards to visit within mile, and the wonderful Lo Lo Mai family. The biggest doggy heartfelt thanks goes out to you King Wayne and Queen Helen for owning/running that amazing place for 33 years for all the people to enjoy, Sharon and Jim for all the laughs, beer and letting my Dad drive your car to the hiking trails, Mary Grace/Alisa/Kip/Susie for always being there for us and late night skunk kits:)

Everybody needs to visit Sedona(cause it's awesome), and when you do Lo Lo Mai is the place to go. Even if you don't RV or camp they have plenty of cabins that are less expensive/nicer/in nature than any hotel room you can find in Sedona. Here are some Lo Lo Mai pics:

We climbed the highest mountain in Arizona. The San Francisco peaks. It took 8 hours and was 12 miles. We got to 12,833 feet. It was grueling for my human as the snow most of the way was slippy and he fell at least ten times. It was 60 knot winds at the top. Check out the video.