|Fountain of Woof in Carmel Plaza|
One of my favorite things to do in Carmel is sniff around the small courtyards surrounding Ocean Avenue. I took Solo and grandpa to see my favorite courtyard. The El Paseo Courtyard and Passageway is my favorite courtyard because of the sculpture by Jo Mora and the tiled staircases.
I first sniffed upon this courtyard during my first trip to Carmel. I was tired and laid down on the cool multicolored tiles to rest. I was in heaven. After a little rest and some encouragement from my mom, I got up and venture further into the courtyard, through a small passageway, and found a statue called "The Greeting." I liked this statue which showcases a lady curtsying and man bowing. I don't know how to bow but I sure do love posing with the lady and the man. So does my brother, woof!
|Solo and I|
We did not stay at the beach long since we were really tired from the long walk. Grandpa helped us out and strolled Solo and I back up Ocean Avenue for some lunch.
|strolling to lunch|
|We love ordering off dog menus! Woof woof!|
Before leaving Carmel we had to sniff out one dog tourist spot I had not visited before. I wanted to pay my respects to Pal, the first dog of Carmel. His grave is located at the Forest Theater which is a quick five minute drive from Carmel Plaza.
|paying our respects to Pal|
Who are we wearing? I was wearing a red and grey stripped Diggidy Dog tank. Solo was wearing a red, white, and blue peace sign tank by I See Spot. We are both accessorizing with bamboo and blue lagoon Buddy Belts. We strolled around in our camo 1st Class 3-Wheel Jogger by PetZip.