I got to run on a beach for the first time in ages. I think maybe since we left California. Beaches have so many wonderful smells. I do like smelly seaweed, but SHE wouldn't let me roll in it. I also think the sand is fun to walk on. It's easy on my legs. SHE and her friend Jane (I like Jane, she gave me a McDonald's hamburger today—plain, nothing on it) took me on a nice long drive to a place called Acadia National Park. I got to walk a bit and that was nice. It was sunny and not really cold at all. The stone stairs down to the beach were pretty easy for me to manage. I think because they were so nice and deep. I didn't worry at all about going down or up. I would like to have a beach like that near where we live.
I like long drives when SHE lets me sleep on her lap. Sometime I look out the driver's window and sometimes I sleep on my chair and sometimes I go into the back to see if maybe there's some food. The McD's lady gave me a dog cookie as a treat. That's because I lean very far out of the car window so they know I'm here and it often leads to a cookie. It's a good trick. Bank tellers sometimes have dog treats too. Advice to my dog friends. Always stick your head out the driver's window to let the drive-through people know you're there.
Now we're home and I have to eat kibble tonight. You'd think SHE'd know by now that I hate kibble. Maybe I'll nap first. It was hard work being with humans all day. I never really got to nap all that long.