Tricia Booker Photography

September 5, 2011

Peppermint Traveler

What’s a dog to do? It’s a nine-hour drive from Indianapolis to home, the skies are gray with rain and the humans are dieting again after their vacation. So, without the need for begging, the rhythmic slapping of the windshield wipers are hard to resist. Peppermint found the perfect position during the drive home, her dog bed and comforter providing the perfect backdrop to a day of lazing around and watching the world go by.

Well, there wasn’t much watching, to be honest. After a tough three days as a guest in the house of the Golden retriever Sam and the mixed breed Zoe (where they ruled the roost), Peppermint was ready for a day of recovery. She slept nearly the entire trip, waking for a few brief walk breaks and a snack. So she’s all rested for tomorrow, where it’s back to reality. Oh yeah, that just means it’s the couch instead of the Tahoe.

9 comments

  1. Oh, lovely Peppermint, do you know dear Tricia, I haven’t seen or known that dogs sleep on the road… I usually see them watching out side… Should be very comfortable your car! I loved this photograph, Bless her. Thank you, Have a nice weekend, with my love, nia

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