Hurray for Dollywood!
As a service dog, I go everywhere. I’m having a blast exploring Tennessee. Recently we were invited to go to an amusement park called Dollywood.
It was a cold November night, but worth an adventure. I could hear happy-sounding music as we walked around. Dolly has a sweet voice and I’m certain she loves dogs, especially the official service kind.
Christmas decorations and beautiful lights were everywhere.
We rode on a real coal-driven train around the park at night to see some amazing light displays. I didn’t like the loud train whistle, but Mom made sure I was comfortable by giving me lots of treats.
We walked around a lot and Mom had just gotten a new insulin pump that day so her numbers were all over as she adjusted to new settings. I’m always on the job and alerted five times in less than five hours!
It’s a good thing she had lots of treats for me, but she ran out of sugar supplies for herself. Thankfully, Dad bought her some of Dollywood’s famous cinnamon bread with an extra tub of frosting.
We spent the evening enjoying the park with friends from our new church. Thanks, Kathy and Carter Trigg, for treating us to a special evening.
Loving the pictures, Aiden. Tell Mama, “Good job!!” And tell her I miss her. Looks like you all are having fun back there. You might even have a white Christmas. Let us know how you like the snow. Ranger says, “Woof!”
Thank you for sharing your memories. It’s on my list of places to visit. Glad to hear the extra tub of frosting solved your situation. Yummy, happy ending to the day.
Looks like a lot of fun and so beautifully decorated for the holidays. I’d love to take a tour some day. Maybe while on a visit to your neck of the woods? I’ll put that on my bucket list.
Nice place! And good job, Aiden!