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Every Dog Has His Day on 30A

Before you head to the sugar-white beaches of Destin and 30A with your pooch, there are some things you should know. Let’s start with where dogs are and are not allowed, and what it’s going to cost you if you … Continue reading

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Finding Tanyard Creek Falls

Whether living in Northwest Arkansas or just visiting, one of the greatest things about the area is the natural beauty of the Ozarks and the ease of accessing it. You don’t have to schedule an overnight float trip on the … Continue reading

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Spa City

When the Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism asked me if I’d be interested in taking on a dog-friendly adventure highlighting things to do in Arkansas, I jumped at the chance. When they told me Hot Springs was one of … Continue reading

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Kings River Falls

I’m one of those people who do ok in a major crisis. House is burning down, trip to the emergency room? Everyone stay calm. This. This. This. The flip side is that a series of minor events not going my … Continue reading

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The Hole in the Rock

  Sometimes you need to do something sorta special, something different. Sometimes you’re limited by location, timing or budget. That’s when you take a look at all the beautiful things around you, the things in your own backyard that you’ve … Continue reading

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Art and Autumn: A Dog-Friendly Weekend in Bentonville, AR

Autumn is in the air and the Hogs return to The Hill this coming weekend to take on Alabama. The mornings are cool, the afternoons sunny, and the leaves are changing. So, whether you’re coming to Northwest Arkansas for Saturday football, … Continue reading

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Up With Trees (& Dogs) In Tulsa

Up With Trees is a non-profit organization in Tulsa, Oklahoma that promotes urban forestry. You’ll notice ‘Up With Trees’ signs along most of the roadways and public properties in the area. The signs are made of wood. This observation began … Continue reading

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