05 July 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Former Advertising Executive Goes on the Road with her Her Dog

Alison and her dog, Max, share their adventures together. Photo courtesy instagram.com/alisontravels Follow Me on Pinterest

Alison and her dog, Max, share their adventures together. Photo courtesy instagram.com/alisontravels

“I love traveling with my human. Woof!”

Some people only wish they could do what Alison and Max are doing. Find out how this former advertising executive goes on the road her dog, Max, and shares their adventures with the world online.

Former Advertising Executive Goes on the Road with her Her Dog

Born and raised in Southern California, native west coaster Alison Turner has spent most of the last eight years on the road, accompanied by her adventurous four-legged sidekick named Max, her ever-present camera, and a pop-up camper. Alison and Max seldom stop in one place for too long, and their destination is decided on the morning they’re set to travel. For them, sleeping under the stars, running barefoot in the sand, and witnessing azure sunsets are everyday treats.

Before experiencing this kind of freedom and personal fulfillment, Alison, aged 45, spent 15 years working in advertising, jogging the corporate treadmill. Eventually, she felt as though she was losing her creative soul. So, in a decisive stroke, she quit her job and took to the road, searching for what was missing. Along the way, she found herself again through her love for photography and the open road.

 

Always along for the ride is Alison’s co-pilot Max, a Brussels-Griffin-possible-Affenpinscher mix, who breaks the solitude of an otherwise solo journey and makes things fun. Read more about Dog Travel in How Four Dog Lovers Found A Creative, Unconventional Life Path here.

It’s incredible how this former advertising executive goes on the road with her dog after spending 15 years in the work force. Not only do we get to see the beautiful sights she is visiting, but we get to watch her fur friend experience this with her.

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Would you quit your job to travel with your dog?

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