A Bark In The Park-50 Great Beaches To Take Your Dog [NOOK Book]

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Every year an estimated 29 million people travel with their dogs. But what happens when you actually want to leave the hotel room with your dog? This book is not about traveling with your dog to tiny, fenced-in dog parks or disappearing into the wilderness; it is about places you want to see, and taking your dog to share your fun. Here we explore the 50 best beaches to take your dog.
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A Bark In The Park-50 Great Beaches To Take Your Dog

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Overview

Every year an estimated 29 million people travel with their dogs. But what happens when you actually want to leave the hotel room with your dog? This book is not about traveling with your dog to tiny, fenced-in dog parks or disappearing into the wilderness; it is about places you want to see, and taking your dog to share your fun. Here we explore the 50 best beaches to take your dog.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011898082
  • Publisher: Cruden Bay Books
  • Publication date: 11/22/2010
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 23 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2012

    Mystic

    Shr runs toward the edge of the cliff, seeing the possesed dog falling and a rock on her trail. She jumps down landing gracefully and using her super strength gets he rock off bof afreet. "There u go." She goes back to the first result warning everybody while camoflaging herself.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 19, 2012

    Afreet

    {She staggers through the woods, soon coming to a steep cliff. The voice speaks again. "See how far down the bottom is?" it asks. Afreet doesn't need to reply. "Your fate may lie down there. In fact, I'm sure you'll find it should you go down right now. Do you want to see?" Afreet slowly shakes her head. The voice snaps,"Then do as I say! Try again to warn those stupid hounds and you will most definitely find your fate down there!" Afreet shivers. She tries to take back some control over her mind. The demon gives it freely. "Your reward will come. But listen, I'm adding to your quota. I want that wolf Fang's heart as well. Its soul seems to be rather powerful as well." Afreet half listens and finds a part of her mind that the demon doesn't know about. In it, she devises an idea. What if the demon didn't care about Amber? After all, Sugar had powers. It may just want her soul for that. Fang's, too. It wanted their souls to make itself powerful. But what good would it do? The demon was in HER mind, not everyone's. Unless... "Afreet!" the voice suddenly snaps. "Did you hear me? I said that once you get the hearts, you should bring them here for Hwaul to retrieve. Honestly, I'm thinking about replacing him with someone who won't try to take a bite out of the merchandise." Afreet goes back to the corner of her mind the demon hadn't reached. If Hwaul really did try to eat the organs she brought, how did the demon stop him? By being in his mind, too, of course. Or were there others? And if this demon was only inside their minds, how would they use the hearts to summon the souls? Or...would the demon or demons use their hosts? Great power, the demon had promised her. Then its talking about what a powerful soul Fang seemed to have. What if...the soul was the power it promised? If it was, how did it intend to give her the power? There were so many questions. Suddenly, Afreet realizes that she's right on the edge of the cliff. The voice whispers,"Afreet, there's something you're not telling me. Something you don't want me to know. I won't pry. But you had better get those hearts. Or else..." Afreet finds herself leaning forward ever so slightly, shifting her weight. Of course, it must be the demon. But the demon isn't cracking rock. Afreet whips around as the edge of the cliff breaks and sends her careening down the side of the cliff on a plate of rock. She crashes to the bottom and the rocks flips, landing on top of her. She gasps, the rock forcing most of the air out of her lungs.} –¿@¿

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