Who knew that the journey begun in 2005 on a farm in rural Maine—whelped among Devon cattle, Nigerian dwarf goats, Katahdin sheep and miniature donkeys—would take Tavish (and us) so far in exploring not only the United States but also the profound meaning of friendship? By … [Read More...]
Tavish the Intrepid Pup has visited more than 300 (and counting!) historical attractions, natural wonders, and cultural events in more than a dozen U.S. states and the nation’s capital. See everywhere Tavish has been by clicking on the compass above. Then dig in and start exploring the Interactive Intrepid Pup Map!
Extending just shy of a mile between Williamsburg, Virginia's Colonial Capitol and the steps of the historic Wren Building is the primarily pedestrian-only thoroughfare known as Duke of Gloucester Street. Abbreviated to just “D.O.G. Street” by the … [Read More...]
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