What a trip! There is so much to tell about my adventure and photo shoot for 1000 Pugs, I’m going to have to break it up over a few days.
Minneapolis is FAR away from my home. We ate breakfast in the car, stopped for lunch and then kept driving. I was beginning to worry that we were going to have to eat supper in the car too. I spent the bulk of the day sleeping in the back of the car in my Sock Monkey bed. Yea, I that’s how I roll.
But I’m getting ahead of myself.
We met up with Harley, Hannah and their peeps in Fargo for lunch. The restaurant wouldn’t allow Pugs inside and it was way too windy sitting at the outside tables so The Will found us a sheltered patch of grass and we had a picnic. And then it was back in the car.
Finally, after what felt like days later, we finally arrived at the Minneapolis hotel. The nice thing about our hotel is the long stretch of grass in the pet area, complete with patio furniture and BBQ’s.
The bad thing is that the hotel is SCARY!
The lobby with its slippery tile floor is scary, all the new smells are scary all the corridors are scary and the worst of all – the elevator – I thought I was going to die!
So scary in fact, I had to stay with Harley & Hannah when the humans went out for dinner. So scary, that I barely slept my first night there. And it took until close to midnight before I felt OK enough to eat my dinner.
Sometimes it’s no fun being a sensitive Pug.