This Chi-chi adventure journal is a Nail Travels exclusive. Follow along with team Chi-Chi as they head southwest toward Old Mexico.
It was time to leave St. Louis.
After raining for three days, things had gotten progressively weirder. It always came with the rain.
It began the second time the hotel called the police. Two of our production team had shared a half bottle of jungle juice and attempted a chihuahua tail transplant. The operation, considered a moderate success, was conducted within the city limits and thus regarded as a class three misdemeanor. All of their equipment, including the transmogrifier, was confiscated and resold at auction.
The end came as all ends do. With glass splinters sticking out of the wall and a bathtub filled with liquid jello and hair. It was time to go.
- Day 1: Setting off in the middle of the night, we headed southwest through Springfield into Tulsa. The Chi-Chi adventure team, made up of Lucienda Rosalita, Barkley Taylor, Charlie Daniels, and Finnegan were busy making all manner of sounds and smells as they slept throughout the Adventure Wagon. That mixed with Barkley Taylor’s rancid breath created a smell usually made from bigger dogs.
- Day 2: Oklahoma City The cello player had found out in Tulsa that it was possible to have a baptism reversal and was interested in the possibility. “No one even asked me”, he spat as he scoured the yellow pages. The rest of the travel team ended up at the Daisy May Dog Obedience Training Center finding ways to use . It was decided that none of the dogs were trainable but they enjoyed the treats, nonetheless. Peanut stayed late and took away a new training regiment for the dogs.
- Day 3: Laredo: On our last day in country, we ended up at Ma Roux’s Cantina and indoor volleyball court. The chihuahuas joined a pick up dog fight across the street in the park while the rest of the crew conducted a planning session during happy hour. Good things were happening.
Keep up with the Nail Travels team as they search for the wild herds of thundering chihuahua in ole Mexico.