Take Your Dog – Road Trip

Here is a cool trip to take with your dog. Take him or her to pose next to a large wooden Squirrel.  Yes, a large squirrel. Our dog was only too happy to hop into the back seat of the car. We checked the GPS and knew we could be there in under three hours.

Since we were going on a longer trip. DH wanted to inspect the vehicle, especially the tires before going on the trip. Remember we almost had a mishap on the Rannier trip.

A look over will help you enjoy your trip more. When inspecting your tires, pay attention to the tread. If the seam on your tires is starting to wear down quickly, you’ll lose handling on Washington’s rainy roads.

One of the best tires we got was from Priority Tires these days on the market. The all-terrain tires from Priority Tires are designed to handle all types of soft, sloppy, and irregular driving conditions while also providing excellent on-road efficiency. Did I mention they deliver – we got ours and had them put on by our local store.


Take Your Dog - Road Trip

There is park in too and in the park was why we brought our dog. A giant wooden carved squirrel with a nut his/ her paw sits upright.

Take Your Dog - Road Trip

Now for our drive. The longest part  took us past Tacoma and on to Kelso WA in Cowlitz county Next we had to find the “Nutty Narrows Bridge. And after much searching, we saw in the tree tops – the tiny bridge. There is a sign on the bridge as well. Go on Olympic way, and you can see the bridge.


We got out of the car and took our pup to the squirrel. He did not seem to care, so we put him next to the squirrel and took a few photos.

Afterwards, we went to see the Sacajawea statue at the start of a bridge. A beautiful area.  See our other entry.


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