Monthly Archives: September 2008


Just for Me!

The city were Cocoa Joy lives is very dog friendly and this is just one example. Recently, a new park opened within walking distance of her house. She decided it would be fun to check it out and see what was there. Besides a walking trail that winds along through the woods, there are drinking [...]

By |2008-10-06T07:02:57-07:00September 30th, 2008|Paw Prints|2 Comments

Changing the Guard

Here's the typical tourist shot that most people take at some point while visiting London. It is the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace. I recently completed reading a biography of Queen Elizabeth's life (The Queen's Story), which contains interviews and insights from friends and family members close to Her Majesty. One section in [...]

By |2008-10-24T11:38:59-07:00September 29th, 2008|Journaling through England|0 Comments

A Historical Visit

Cocoa Joy was amazed at the remains of a tunnel dug by Union Soldiers as they tried to dig their way into the middle of the earthworks of Confederate troops at Cheatham Hill—a major battlefield at Kennesaw Mountain. Someone had a pair of strong paws! The tunnel only goes back a few feet, but it [...]

By |2016-07-09T13:05:17-07:00September 24th, 2008|Paw Prints|0 Comments
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