Divinity’s Travels

It is now five months since Divinity was euthanized. As I have every month on this date since that fateful day, I want to celebrate Divinity’s joy of life.

This months celebration is focused on Divinity’s travels. Divinity was a two-time international traveler, and within the United States, Divinity traveled to five states with her dad.

In addition to our camping trips, Divinity & I had many enjoyable road-trips together to South Dakota, Wisconsin, and Iowa.

Traveling was one of Divinity’s great joys in life. Whether it was a short trip to Dairy Queen for a hamburgers and a Pup-Cup, or a long trip to Canada, Divinity was always ready for an adventure.  Divinity’s co-pilots seat added to her enjoyment. From her car seat, Divinity was able to relax, and view the countryside.

Note: These trips do not include Divinity’s initial journey from Southern Missouri to Minnesota in late 2008 after she was rescued by the Col. Potter Cairn Rescue.

Camping Trips

Note: Please click the following links to read about some of Divinity’s camping trips.

Canada

Manitoba, Canada
* Spruce Woods Provincial Park

Ontario, Canada
* Thunder Bay

United States

North Dakota
* Turtle River State Park, Arvilla, North Dakota

Minnesota
* Glacial Lakes State Park, Starbuck, MN

* Moose Lake State Park, Moose Lake, MN

* Sibley State Park, New London, MN

Divinity in her Co-Pilots Seat

Divinity in her Co-Pilots Seat

 

Turtle River State Park, North Dakota

Turtle River State Park, North Dakota

 

Spruce Woods Provincial Park - Manitoba, Canada

Spruce Woods Provincial Park – Manitoba, Canada

 

Divinity Posing under the Flag of Manitoba

Divinity Posing under the Flag of Manitoba

 

Our Favorite Campgrounds - Glacial Lakes State Park, Minnesota

Our Favorite Campgrounds – Glacial Lakes State Park, Minnesota

 

Sibley State Park, Sibley Minnesota

Sibley State Park, Minnesota

 

Wading in Lake Superior - Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada

Wading in Lake Superior – Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada

Some of Divinity's Travels

Some of Divinity’s Travels

More of Divinity's Travels

More of Divinity’s Travels

 

Note: The previous two maps show many, but not all of the long trips that Divinity took with her dad.

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5 responses

  1. Thanks for sharing the memories of your special girl. I always enjoyed your pictures and stories of Miss D and your adventures. Thinking of you. Hope your winter hasn’t been too terrible.
    Fay and her girls in CA.

    • Thank you for your thoughts!

      Divinity was a very special little lady, and I miss her very much. Writing about our adventures together lets me know she is with me.

  2. Five months. Where has the time gone. I am sure I am just one of many who miss following Miss Divinity’s adventures.
    Richard, I hope you are doing well and thank you for continuing to share Divinity’s pictures. She is beautiful and be assured she will always be with you.

    Barbara

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