Tips for Holiday Travel with Pets

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With the holidays coming up, many of you will be traveling over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house. Pet lovers may be taking their precious pups and furry felines on the road with them, perhaps for the first time. … Read More

Happy 100th Birthday National Park Service + Another “Woof Trekking” Excerpt

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Today marks 100 years since the National Park Service was established. On August 25, 1916, the National Park Service Organic Act was passed and signed into law by President Woodrow Wilson. As of right now, there are 59 National Parks, you can see the … Read More

Woof Trekking Dispatch #3: Apple, Duke of Edinburgh, and Oyster Point, July 2012

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It’s #TravelThursday! Today we present Woof Trekking Dispatch #3! In our last dispatch, we travelled on the PCH and through Carmel-by-the-Sea. We left our hotel in San Jose and started the leisurely journey toward San Francisco. Our first stop was the Apple … Read More

Woof Trekking Dispatch #2: Pacific Coast Highway and Carmel-by-the-Sea, July 2012

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After we departed Los Angeles, we decided to jump on the famous Pacific Coast Highway (aka PCH) to head north up the coast. This stretch of highway is 147 miles long and runs right next to the ocean, providing some … Read More

Woof Trekking: Rest Stops, Apps, and a $14.5 Million Price Tag

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Today’s post is an adaptation of a chapter from our new book, Woof Trekking. When Woof Trekkking, some people can drive for hours and hours without stopping to use the restroom. These people must have bladders of steel. Our family … Read More

Buckle Up for Safety: Woof Trekking, Car Harnesses, and Booster Seats

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Safety is of the utmost importance while Woof Trekking. Accidents can happen, and it is best to have preventive measures in place. Some people let their animals roam freely in the car while they are driving, but we do not. … Read More

Woof Trekking Dispatch #1: Angels Flight, July 2012

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Los Angeles was our very first stop on our very first Woof Trek. On our second day there, we drove around the downtown area and found a parking spot in the shade of the towering skyscrapers. We were on a … Read More

90’s Road Tripping vs. 2016 Road Tripping

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Now, we have already established that we are millennials. That means we are around the big 3-0, and when you’ve been around for about three decades, we think it is okay to give into a little nostalgia now and then. … Read More

Book Review: “Dogtripping,” A Wild and Endearing Ride

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Since 2012, we have been going on semi-annual road trips with our two dogs and cat (Izzy, Nana, and Billy). Earlier this year, we stumbled upon a book at the library that is about precisely this topic. This post uses referral links. … Read More

Asian Pacific American Heritage Month: Minidoka Internment Camp

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Happy Memorial Day. Today we remember the 1.2 million soldiers who have died fighting for the United States, starting way back in 1775 with the American Revolution. May is also Asian Pacific American Heritage Month. The Asian Pacific American Heritage website features a wide range … Read More

Happy Boys’ (Children’s) Day and Let’s Make Mochi!

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The fifth of May is well known in America as Cinco de Mayo, which is sometimes also referred to as Cinco de Drinko. But for Japanese families, May 5th is Boys’ Day, also known as Children’s Day. The celebration has transformed … Read More

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