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I cannot walk across the country

Friends and family, I cannot walk across the country.  There are too many complications involved and too many unanswered questions. I am not able to make an operational itinerary because it is impossible to know how quickly we will move … Continue reading

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fever dreams

Normally, I love getting to the end of my work week.  I work long days and usually don’t have to work on Fridays, so when Thursday evening rolls around I like to meet my lovely friends out for some lovely … Continue reading

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A New Year

The holidays have come and gone again.  After a nice low-key Thanksgiving here in Louisville, we drove up to Ellicottville, NY to visit Kait’s family for Christmas.  They live in beautiful ski country, and Christmas is always pretty magical up … Continue reading

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Flashback: San Francisco or Bust, 2009 (with dogs)

After our graduation from Ohio University in June of 2009, the family of friends that Kait and I had found in college quickly began to disband.  The undergraduate chapter of our lives had ended, and we left Athens one by … Continue reading

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Happily welcoming Frost, Leigh, Mara, and Stephanie to the TDI team!

Congratulations are in order for Leigh and her dog Frost and Stephanie and her dog Mara, our new friends and founders of Dames and Dogs.  On Saturday, December 3rd the four of them took a road trip to Ohio for … Continue reading

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The First Test

It is easy to say “Hey Honey, let’s walk across the country!” But it is another thing entirely to comprehend the scope of such and undertaking. When Kait and I first began mapping out the walk, all we had were … Continue reading

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Joining the dames and their dogs

On Sunday, November 13, John and I were invited to join Dames and Dogs for their monthly hike.  Usually a women-only group, they allowed John to join us that day on account of his lovely, flowing head of hair (and … Continue reading

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Two healthy dogs

Grace at Lake Erie in July Yesterday, Grace and Max had an appointment with Dr. Mary O’Grady at Barbour Lane Animal Hospital for their annual checkup and vaccinations.  A yearly vet visit is necessary, but this one was particularly important.  … Continue reading

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“Hello, my name is John and I am walking my dog across America…”

We have had a busy couple of weekends!  Last Sunday, we headed to Cherokee Park for the Million Mutt March, hosted by No Kill Louisville.  The day began with a 5k run/walk (dog friendly, of course) and continued into the … Continue reading

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Come out to the Million Mutt March and Meet Our Team!

This Sunday, October 16th, the Dog Walk America team will have a booth at the Million Mutt March, hosted by No-Kill Louisville.  The event will be held in Louisville, Kentucky at Hogan’s Fountain in Cherokee Park from 8am until 2pm. … Continue reading

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