Whether you plan to spend your time traveling in San Antonio, TX strolling around the River Walk or getting a history lesson at The Alamo, you can always make time to stop for a drink. Don’t stop at just any ‘ol establishment though. When you need to take a break from the Texas humidity, head Read More
Ever need to get wrinkles out of your clothes but don’t have an iron handy? Being on the road as often as I am these days leaves my clothes with more wrinkles than my pup Chelsea has on her face, forcing me to search for a solution. I’m not exaggerating when I say I NEVER Read More
As you now know, I recently took my dog Chelsea on her first plane ride. Before leaving, I had to acquire an emotional support animal letter for flying and have a medical professional fill out a form given to me directly by the airline. This is a new requirement for many airlines which allow you to bring emotional support animals and service animals on flights.
Of course, I waited until the very last minute and needed to find a doctor online who offered a 24-hour turnaround. I also didn’t want to get screwed over by paying for an ESA letter only to learn that it’s not legitimate once I got to the airport. Apparently, that’s a common problem with these kinds of services.
I recently took Chelsea on her first flight, and like the crazy dog mom I am, it took me weeks to prepare for our trip. It took me several years to even consider flying with my pup, so I wanted to make sure she was safe and comfortable. Chelsea is a short-nosed dog, which can lead to a whole different set of issues while flying, so it’s safe to say I did a ton of research prior to our flight and I’m ready to share them with you here!
Follow these tips when flying with your pup to ensure they have a safe and comfortable trip.
When you’re planning to go on a backpacking trip with your dog, it doesn’t make sense to pack as much as you might for other types of travel. Unless you’re taking a car with you on your trip, you’re going to have to narrow down what you pack quite a bit. Having the limited space available, even when using the largest travel bags, means having to leave some of your pup’s favorite toys at home.
Here’s the ultimate checklist followed by a collection of dog travel tips for your backpacking trip with your pup.
During my brief stay in Buffalo on my 30-day train voyage, I decided to take a day trip further north to check out Niagara Falls. With my furry friend Chelsea in tow, we took a 30 minute Uber ride to the park on the Canadian border only to find that it was incredibly disappointing. I Read More
Thinking about becoming a travel writer? Before you head out on your first trip, there are a few things that you’ll want to take with you to ensure you can write from the road. Starting a travel blog is more than just writing about a few tourist spots. It’s about giving your followers an inside look Read More
And Yes, It’s Really Fecking Hard Amtrak really doesn’t make it easy to plan multi-city trips. I spent hours at a time attempting to figure out a decent route, only to end up scrapping it and starting all over. The fact that most of the links to information about the rail pass on their website Read More
One of my most challenging travel goals has been to spend a night in every state in the U.S. I gave myself a year to do this, and even though I was excluding any of the states that I’d been to already, I was unsuccessful. Obviously, this was a wildly unrealistic goal. I would have had to travel for several months to get it all done in one shot, rushing it rather than enjoying it. And let’s face it, there was no way I was going to spend that much time on the road. I love to travel but I also love sleeping in my own bed.
Chelsea came into my life just over two years ago and has been a true blessing to both me and my family ever since. When she’s not humping my leg or bringing the corpses of small animals into my bed, she’s actually kind of adorable. Spoiled, yes, but adorable.
I’m Rose! Get lost with me as I travel the world with my spoiled dog Chelsea in hopes of accidentally uncovering a few hidden gems along the way. Far from being considered a planner, it’s not uncommon that we stumble upon both the best and the worst of what this world has to offer.
From advice on how to make traveling with a dog easier to the inside scoop on what it’s really like to travel alone as a woman, this travel blog is far from ordinary. Follow us as we explore the smallest corners of the globe, meeting new people and hopefully not getting murdered along the way.