Fallingwater: No Dogs Allowed at Frank Lloyd Wright’s Historic Home

Famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s masterpiece Fallingwater is located about an hour outside Pittsburgh. Fallingwater is an incredible house that is built over a waterfall. Wright designed it for the Kaufmann family, and it was built between 1936 and 1939. Fallingwater instantly became famous, and was even featured on the cover of Time magazine...
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From the Desk of Maxwell Morgan

Dear Human Readers, My name is Maxwell Morgan. Though I am featured prominently on this “weblog”, I have only rarely provided my own submissions. Mostly this is because I am busy with more important things, such as Hoovering small bits of spilled rice off the carpet. Or sleeping. Especially sleeping. Here is a picture of...
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Paint Monkey in Pittsburgh

This past July 4th weekend, Tom and I traveled to Pittsburgh for a Taylor Swift concert at Heinz Field. We got a great deal on a two night stay at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown hotel, right across the bridge from the stadiums, and decided to make a long weekend out of it. While browsing...
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July 4th at American Visionary Arts Museum

Yesterday, for July 4th, Amy and I took Jack and Max to Visionary Pets on Parade at the American Visionary Arts Museum. The annual event, which has been taking place for 17 years, provides Baltimoreans with an opportunity to dress their pets up in silly outfits, march them around the block in a brief processional,...
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Yappy Hour at the Colonnade Baltimore

Anyone who knows me, knows that I am obsessed with my Bichon Frises – Max and Jack. I am always looking for ways to include my dogs (“I can’t bring my dogs to your bridal shower? How rude!) and consider an evening curled up on the couch with my husband, dogs, and a good book...
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North East, Maryland: Walking the Bichon Frises Down Memory Lane

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were all over the gossip columns when they named their new baby girl North West.  Inspired by their passion for compass directions, Tom and I decided to take the theme and run with it.  We headed to one of our favorite Chesapeake towns, North East, Maryland, a small town situated...
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Baltimore Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis: Team Bichon Frises

On June 8th, a group of friends, family and I participated in the Baltimore Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis walk as Team Bichon Frises.  Take Steps is a yearly 2.5 mile walk around the Inner Harbor to raise money for the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA), whose mission is to Crohn’s disease...
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California: Bichons In Absentia

One of the toughest things about long distance travel is being away from the dogs. This past week, Amy and I have been traveling in California to set up some new partnerships for our company Project Gado, and to visit our family members Ruth and Larry Nathan. Thankfully, with modern technology, we never have to...
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The Carrot Chronicles: The Crab Claw Restaurant in St. Michael’s, Maryland

The Crab Claw Restaurant in St. Michael’s, Maryland is not only a fantastic spot on the Eastern shore for crabs, but also has sentimental value because it’s where Tom and I had our wedding rehearsal dinner.  Whenever we visit St. Michael’s, we make at least one trip to The Crab Claw. With the option to...
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Max and Jack Explore the Gardens at Inn at Perry Cabin

One of the advantages of staying at a resort like The Inn at Perry Cabin is the wide range of facilities and amenities they offer, including beautifully maintained grounds.  On the morning of our departure, I decided it would be a fabulous idea to get some photos of the Bichon Frises meandering through the gardens....
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