July 2: Theodore Roosevelt to Home!
We woke up early at least to no rain, but everything was wet. Joan didn't care and just pushed the tent and rainfly into its bag and packed up and headed out. Here's a picture of our CottonWood camp in the national park.
And another image of the park as we drove out at 7am:
These fields we covered with small animals called prairedogs. And even though they might be a dog - I wanted to kill them! They look like squirrels to me. I was dying to get out of the car and show them my might, but Joan didn't let me.
Today was boring. Hondacar started at 122,272. We drove and drove and drove. At one point, I started heaving in the backseat - I was going to vomit. Joan said, "Oh, no Bosco. Wait." Ha ha. too late. She exited the highway and cleaned up the backseat and gave me a ton of treats. She realized she had forgotten to give me any treats and I still was not eating regular food!
We drove across all of North Dakota and most of Minnesota. After a super duper long time (10 hours), I got really excited because I realized we were back home in our neighborhood! Cool! This picture is funny because we were both pretty tired after such a long haul. And you can see we came back to lots of raspberries in Joan's patch. Yum for her!
Thus, closes our Travels with Bosco/Joan escapade throughout the west at 122,850. It was kinda fun but I think I like staying at home. I'm not so worried and eat my food normally.
happy trails to you!