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Thursday, September 1, 2011

August 2 - New Food


We did a lot of riding today because we wanted to get as many miles as we could get because of all the rain that is in the area.  We didn't know if we would get wet or not.  

We stopped for short stops.  Talked briefly to folks and passed out cards but the only rather lengthy conversation I had was with two women who are veterinarians.  One locally and one from Switzerland.  It was so cool to talk to them.  I didn't get either of their names, but I remember their faces.  Cooper liked them too.

We made our way to a pet store that sells natural foods.  I was looking for the brand of food that Cooper is accustomed to.  It's called Fromm.  I looked on the internet but when we got there they said they don't sell it any more.  We got food that is close to the same thing.  It's got many of the same ingredients so I hoped it would be ok on his belly.  He seems uninterested in the food we brought with us now, so I think it may be too old.  I threw it away.  He enjoys the new stuff just fine.  


The only thing I can say is, he is a bit gassy from the change.  PU!

425 Miles

1 comment:

  1. Gas on a BIKE! At least the wind is AWAY from your face! haha!

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