Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Wordless Wednesday With A Few Words

In the late 1920's, concrete arrows, along with lighted beacon towers, were used for U.S. airmail.  Pilots used these arrows to guide the way to their destination.  They were originally painted bright yellow, and on a clear day, the pilot could see the arrow from 1,000 feet above the ground.  These directional arrows are spaced about 10 miles apart, and were 50 to 70 feet in length.  As time passed, and technology developed, the arrows became obsolete.  They were decommissioned in the 1940's. 

This segment is part of the Los Angeles-Amarillo route.  What a great find on Route 66!  It's a bird! It's a plane!  It's Gracie!

Get your kicks on Route 66, and bark along with us!

Sunday, March 19, 2017


Brando HIGHLY recommends
Fromm Lamb with Cranberry Recipe Dog Treats.
While our backs were turned, 
Brando helped
himself to this bag of treats.  He quietly brought the bag
over to the sofa, and ate most of the treats! We've
brought many treats home, and have never had this
happen before. Brando absolutely loved them! 
These Fromm Treats have a strong,
sweet, aroma. Brando's mouth watered, as we opened our Chewy
goodie box.  We also recommend these treats, (in moderation...lol!)
to share with the rest of the gang!
Thank you Fromm Family Pet Food, and

Disclaimer: Brando, and the gang, received these
treats free of charge from CHEWY.COM in exchange
for our (and Brando's) honest review.

Bark along with us!

Tribute to Sugar

We just found out our blogging friend, Sugar, has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge.  The pet blogging community has lost a great friend.  We'd like to extend our heartfelt condolences to Sugar's family.  Rest in peace Sugar <3