Six States, Four Corners, a Million Miles to the Sea

Three legged Wyatt Ray tours the four corners and Pacific Northwest.

We hit the road last week and we’ve been all over the place, driving, driving, driving. Sleeping in the doghouse on wheels in strange places, and doing potty runs in truck stops and shopping malls!

A week ago I was in Colorado, then we went to Arizona, New Mexico Utah, then Idaho, and now, Washington.

In the desert, I got to sit on this thing that was apparently a big deal because it was where four states come together, and is the only place in the whole country where this happens.

Mom keeps saying I’m growing up. I’m not whining like I used to whenever we stop somewhere, and I sleep all day when we’re driving around. Mom still says I have to work on my overly excited way at greeting other dawgs though.

Those trucker dawgs sure look at me funny when I bark my head off!

Author: wyattraydawg

I am Wyatt Ray Dawg, Tripawd Extraordinaire, and Leg-A-Cy to my hero, Jerry G. Dawg. My pawrents are Jim and Rene, creators of

2 thoughts on “Six States, Four Corners, a Million Miles to the Sea”

  1. Wyatt, we are so glad that you are working on your indoor voice and your inner doggie. When life is as exciting as it is, it is hard nice to spread the cheer and tell the world how you feel.
    Maybe more time with being in the calm presence of Mom and Dad will help.
    Also, here is a possibility. If you have other folks who are willing to give you a couple of hours of their time. When you start barking and getting excited have mom or dad walk you in a circle then sit you down facing them.
    You won’t get to meet the other people or animals until you are calm. It can be a challenging exersize, so it takes real commitment and good friends who are willing to stick it out. Once you start the exersize don’t give up no matter what, or it will just make it harder for the next time.
    Everytime there is a calm Wyatt you should get a treat!
    good luck buddy, enjoy all the great sights,

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