Roadside Encounters: Domino
Encountered: Arizona’s Painted Cliffs Welcome Center, on Interstate 40
Headed: Back home to Oregon
From: A trip to New Mexico
Travel habits: When Domino’s owner fires up the RV, Domino is happy to ride along. Domino gets restless about every three hours, though, and wants to get out for a walk, as he was doing at this rest area just across the New Mexico line. Despite Arizona’s new hard line on immigrants, both the predominantly white Domino and his black spots were able to gain admittance to the state. (My overly tanned left arm had no difficulties, either.)
Domino’s owner, who lives with his daughter, hits the road for two or three months at a time, seeing the country and drifting where the spirit moves him. “I call it tumbleweeding,” he says.
Posted by John Woestendiek June 20th, 2010 under Muttsblog.
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