Cavalia In St Louis March 21 – April 1

The magical production of Cavalia, is created by a founder of Cirque du Soleil. Starring a world wide cast of 45 horses, 38 riders, aerialists, and acrobats.

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Protect your pet – Remote Temperature Monitor

RV travel is a family affair when you include your children and pets,. Protecting them against injury or death is paramount. “Gadget” is an insignificant word for these monster devices – small in size, but huge in their work. They alert you electronically via your cell phone or bluetooth about hazardous conditions in your RV, home, or anywhere you have internet or cellular connections.

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GPS specifically for RV navigation

Rand McNally TripMaker™ makes the difference between frustration and pleasure when touring in your RV. Geared for all size RVs, with or without trailer, it will provide a log and checklists, local interest, get you back to the main road when you explore trails, and tell you if there is turning room at the end of a dead end road. Fantastic!

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National Shrine hosts Ladies Day Out and Pet Walk

National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows hosts Ladies Day Out shopping, luncheon and wine tasting and Tails, Trails Twinkles pet walk.

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Dogs make friends when traveling by road

Chick Magnets? Dogs? One and the same, and if you are traveling with one you will find people to talk to. More towns have dog parks these days, and doggie-daycare, and doggie campgrounds. So take Fido along with you and enjoy the excitement he or she can add to your adventure.

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Santa Fe Pet Parade – Where cute marches in the streets

The annual Desfiles de los Ninos, a child’s parade turned pet parade, is a staple of the Santa Fe Fiestas celebrations. September is an ideal time to visit this northern New Mexico city. It is the turn of the seasons… not too hot and not too cold. You’ll enjoy a small town parade with some pretty creative entries. After all, Santa Fe is “the City Different” and home to artists, writers and movie stars.

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