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Posts tagged ‘Cape Cod’

CapeFLYER train to Cape Cod is pet-friendly

Summertime has ARRIVED on the East Coast, I hear (still mild and lovely in Seattle, folks — I just mention it), so my eye was caught by this article in the New York Times about the CapeFLYER, a new train whisking people from Boston to Cape Cod and cooling breezes. “Whisking” is a relative term — when there’s no traffic, driving will take significantly less time than the train. But when there is traffic, and at this time of year,  … Read more

Photo Friday (and reader’s report): Maia on Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard

Several Dog Jaunt readers have sent me marvelous reports about their travels, and I’m determined to catch up and post them all. Taking a LIFO approach (and that is the entirety of what I remember from my Accounting class), I bring you today reader Dolce’s notes from her recent Cape Cod vacation with Maia, her Yorkie mix:

We stayed for the first night in Cambridge, at the Meridien. We paid a $150 security deposit but no additional charge for  … Read more

Chloe’s Clicks: Dog travel links we liked this week

There were too few dog travel links last week to merit an entire Chloe’s Clicks post, so that means that this week’s post will be longer than usual. Let’s start with a handful of good news, bad news posts. The good news includes three posts about dog-friendly cities in the U.S. Two of them, a post from the wonderful ohmidog! and another from the Los Angeles Times, are about Provincetown, on Cape Cod (declared America’s dog-friendliest city last week by  … Read more

Chloe’s Clicks: Dog travel links we liked this week

For those of you thinking about sailing with a dog, take a look at Changing Pace, a blog written by a couple sailing down the United States’ East Coast in their 42′ cruiser Ishmael, with their son Ben and their Australian Shepherd Kooper. Please note that Kooper is not a small dog! And yet he, and they, seem to be having a fine time. You have to read through the entries to find the dog-specific bits (e.g., their 10/14/09 post  … Read more