We're moving back to California!
Since we're taking our pup, we always stay at hotels that allow pets (or truck stops!).We've had a lot of luck with Red Roof Inns, Marriots, and Best Westerns. It also helps to make sure your animal companion has lots of access to water, plenty of pee breaks, and a couple of toys or chewies to keep them entertained in the back seat. Our dog loves being in the car, but is struggling a little with the move. She can tell we'll be changing something major soon, so to help, we purchased and have been using a 'Thunder Shirt' with great success. Its' basically a very soft cotton shirt with velcro so your pup can have the same experience as a swaddled baby- all the comfort of being hugged and a little extra warmth! She's been really loving it, so I'd recommend checking it out if you've got a nervous nelly, too.
(Find places based on distance, veg-friendliness, and reviews!)
(Perfect for finding vegan friendly options at fast food restaurants!)
WTF Vegan Food
(As in: will travel for, and this girl has found the best of the best nearly everywhere.)
(Similar to HC, works to find places nearest your location.)
(Alex and I LOVE food truck fare, and this app helps us find it in any major city!)
Packing for a Vegan Roadtrip
Road Trip: Days 1 & 2! (CA-MO)
Road Trip: Days 3 & 4! (MO-ME)
And on that note, we're off!! The car is packed, the room is empty, and now...we're going, going back, back to Cali, Cali! Okay, maybe lame, but I'm EXCITED! For the road trip, for warm weather, and to see all the people I've missed so dearly again. Until next time, with love.