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Tuesday, April 19, 2005

damn

the reason i didnt post yesterday, even though it was a weekday, is, to tell the truth, because i spent like 3 hours researching how to take my dog to the country this weekend. so she can roll in some motherfucking grass. i have half a mind to turn this blog into a wonderful-weekends-for-your-new-york-city-dog site. because there is a dire need for one out there! hey! if there are any b and b owners reading this: dont bother listing your b and b online unless there are pictures! and please mention whether you allow dogs on your site, if youre going to bother having a site! damn! i am damn near blind today!

not only that, but since amtrak doesnt allow dogs and my boyfriend doesnt drive, i have to drive. i hate driving. the entire time i'm driving i am thinking about the fact that i could kill a whole bunch of people if i screwed up. and i'm crying. audibly. the entire time. but mimi, my dog, loves grass. and she *never* gets to go on any in the city. it breaks my heart when we pull over at the first rest stop and she leaps onto a median sporting a few blades of crabgrass and proceeds to maniacally roll around on them. my life: full of pain. jesus, listen to me.

but in order to do a doggy travel site i would have to have a digital camera. the more i think about it, there is just no way i can go a minute longer without a digital camera.

if anyone has any advice about dog-friendly lodging not more than 3 hours from new york i would love to hear it.

3 Comments:

At 11:27 AM, Blogger Karol said...

You can rent a house in Hunter Mt. pretty cheap in the summer. My friend would take his dog and he'd run around the backyard (sometimes there was a stream out back that he'd get real excited over). The real estate place that we use to rent houses is Jeff Prince Realty.

-Karol

 
At 5:22 PM, Blogger Lori Mocha said...

I don't know nothin' 'bout dogs.

But what about Central Park?

Or Fort Greene Park - nice, lots of grass there. In hideous Brooklyn of course.

 
At 2:11 AM, Blogger sarahfisch said...

I just hate to think of you crying the whole time you're driving. But I love to think of Mimi in the grass. This post brought up a lot of ambivalent feelings in me, dude.

 

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