OK, he did get baffles and it isn't as loud as before, but I'm little and not sure I even want to be a biker dog. He tells me it will be a lot of fun and there are great things to see in the world. We went for a 75 mile jaunt a couple of weeks ago and I refused to go again the next day. I need small steps, not gigantic ones!
Daddy has been asking every day if I want to go on a motorcycle ride and I get excited, but not sure if I'm ready. He takes me outside, I smell the great fragrances, but when it is time to load up I chicken out. Well, today it was time to take the chance. It was a perfect day, cool, partly cloudy, to get our ride on.
We left about 9:00 AM in cool weather, up something called the I17. Daddy was happy that Petunia pulled us up something called 7 mile hill/Sunset Point without any trouble at all. Once up the hill we pulled over at the Rest Area to take a break and allow me to stretch my legs.
We met some humans. The lumpy ones were my favorite.
Well, until I found some more my size.
This is me leaving Sunset Point going to a place called Prescott.
This is just after stopping in Prescott at the county court house.
We walked around and I got to wet some trees.
Daddy told me how good I was being and that he loved me!
I hate Doggles, and refused to wear them, but as the day progressed my eyes started to bother me. Daddy stopped and made me wear them. I resisted, but they did help my eyes, so I pretended to be OK with them.
Here we are almost home after almost 200 miles! I can't believe I rode almost 200 miles!! Until today the most I have ever ridden is 75 miles. I'm not sure I want to admit I had fun, but we were outside, I made some new friends that I may never see again, we went on a couple of walks, Daddy kept telling me I was a good boy, and the Doggles made my eyes feel better.
This being a biker dog might just work out for me. Especially if everyone thinks I'm as cute as they did today. I think I might need to get a leather jacket to keep me warm and dry if it rains. Daddy mentioned a camping trip in the next couple of weeks. Not sure what a camping trip is, but today didn't hurt me and I did have some fun.