We’ve traveled from Texas last weekend to North Carolina this weekend. Last Sunday while in Texas, Mom and Dad went to eat Mexican food with mom’s godchild Alex, his wife Jade, and their children. Of course, I had to take care of guarding the truck and no surprise, they didn’t bring me back a doggieContinue reading “Over the road Blog #4: Family visiting,Springtime, Allergies, Pretty Landscapes, and keeping safe from CoronaVirus”
Hi all, sadly there will be no pictures this week. We were home with Beignet for more days than I can tolerate while dad was getting some work done on the truck. We left Louisiana in the rain on Wednesday morning. We didn’t see sunshine until Thursday at about noon in Tennessee. We didn’t travelContinue reading “Over The Road Blog #3: Tennessee, Tornadoes,Trump,DOT, Oh My!”
Here are the photos that were meant for the last blog. we got them off Mom’s camera (Finally!) An actual blog post will be up sometime later within the week. This has been Odie Cormier, Trucker dog, Over and Out for now.
Sorry about the blog being late because these old people that I’m traveling with couldn’t figure how to get pictures off mom’s camera; even with my sister trying to walk them through it over text. Pictures will have to be on our next post… If I had opposable thumbs, I could do it myself, butContinue reading “over the road blog 2: Digital illiterates, cold snow, and possible siblings?”
On Sunday (Feb. 9), we headed out from the house in Opelousas, Louisiana to Tulsa, OK. By Wednesday (Feb.12), we had traveled through Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, Illinois, Kansas, Indiana, Kentucky and headed to Dallas for Valentine day. I can proudly brag that I’ve marked my territory in some,if not all, of these states. Mom saidContinue reading “Over the Road: First Blog”
Hi There. I am Odie. I am a cute 5 year old schnauzer. I am a “trucking dog,” my dad is a truck driver-he says “I am dumb as a box of rocks” and he calls me “AOC” I know O and C stand for Odie Cormier; the A must be for “adorable,” because everyoneContinue reading “Hi There!”