Sunday, March 29, 2015

A blogger's vacation!

Chewy and Solo sniffing around Treasure Island, San Francisco, CA
Rest and relaxation was in order after three and a half year of blogging. My paws were tired from typing and my taste buds were starting to go bland after licking hundreds of yummy treats over the years. I sat down with my mom and brother and had a heart to heart bark with both of them. I told mommy and Solo that I was ready to take a long vacation from blogging. I wanted to relax and sniff out the world of fashion and treats without the use of a keyboard. They were very supportive and encouraged me to take my blogger's vacation. So I did, woof woof!

I never left the world of technology completely. I have maintained my Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts by posting pictures of my Yorkie shenanigans from my iPaw. I would like to give a big FOUR PAWS UP to all of my followers on social media. Your likes, favorites, comments, and hashtags have made me bark in joy over the years. Thank you for your continues support, especially during my blogger vacation. My adventures would not be as enjoyable if it were not for your encouragement and wooftastic comments. Wags and licks to all of you, woof woof!

Solo and Chewy relaxing in their car bed.
I am back eight months later with a need to blog about my crazy Yorkie adventures. My nose is ready to sniff out new treats, local canine hangouts, and the new trends in fashion. I cannot wait to start pawing at that keyboard again.

Sniff you all later... keep wandering!

We purchased a black and yellow car, one for each of us!
Where did we get our ride? We purchased our sport car beds from Vomo at The beds are very comfortable and affordable. They come in a variety of styles and colors. Check out Vomo's Sports Car Beds at

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Carmel is a doggie-dog wonderland!

We love visiting Carmel!
Carmel is a doggie-dog wonderland! Solo and I had a great time sniffing around Carmel with our South Bay Yorkshire Terrier group. This is our group's second trip to Carmel and we plan to make this an annual event. Woof woof!

Solo, me, and Nellie waiting for our breakfast
9:00 AM - We love to start the day off with a yummy breakfast with our furiends at a great dog friendly brunch spot in Carmel. Village Corner Bistro is a small restaurant with a spacious dog friendly patio in the heart of Carmel. The patio had a fire pit and a few heat lamps to keep us warm. We ate hard-boiled eggs and mixed it in with our kibble and treats. It was a furtastic way to start off our visit to Carmel.

located in Carmel Plaza
11:00 AM - We met up with other members of our Yorkie group at the Fountain of Woof. The Fountain of Woof is located in Carmel Plaza. I have visited this fountain many times in the past and never get tired of posing in front of this dog-centric landmark. My furiends loved posing for pictures and sniffing butts around the fountain too.

my yorkie posie
socializing with my furiends is pawesome
12:30 AM - After a long walk down Ocean Avenue we sniffed around Carmel Beach. This beach is dog friendly. We saw lots of big and small dogs playing in the sand and swimming in the water.

We love sitting in the sand.

There is a small outlook over the beach too. We could see the entire beach from this spot and we decided to put our paws up in our strollers and take in the view with our furiends.

the view is furtastic
Jun, Solo, me, Bullet and Rio loved this chillin spot
We found lots of furbulous courtyards and met lots of new furiends during our walk up and down Ocean Avenue. You can read more about my favorite hidden courtyard in my posts Carmel, first paw and Carmel, second paw.

The puparrazi was in full force during our trip to Carmel too. No matter where we walked or sniffed they always seemed to find us. Thanks uncle Howard, auntie Charmaine, and uncle Ray for always following us around with your cameras.


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1:00 PM - Diggidy Dog is a must-stop-shop for any canine visiting Carmel. Manager Robert and his wooftastic staff helped us find every item on our wish list while showering each of us with head scratches and samples of food.

in front of Diggidy Dog
Rio, Solo, and I shopping for new outfits
2:00PM - We finished up our trip with a pawesome lunch at Forge in the Forest. We sat in the Dog Pound patio and ordered off the dog menu. Solo and I ordered and shared The Quarter Hounder. It was de'lick'cious! Woof woof!

Forge in the Forest Dog Menu
4:00 PM - Our trip came to a close and my furiends and I all headed home. We loved sniffing around Carmel, hanging with our Yorkie homies, and eatting at dog friendly restaurants.

Until our next trip to Carmel... keep wandering!

Who were we wearing and how do we roll? Solo and I wore Diggidy Dog tank-tops with our Puppia harnesses and strolled around =in our camo PetZip stroller.