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Tuesday, August 24, 2010
First Day On The Road With Laura Bryna

By Laura Bryna
Follow Country Music Recording Artist Laura and her birds’ adventures across the country in this exclusive BirdChannel.com blog, “On the Road with Laura Bryna.”

Lesser sulphur-crested cockatoo,Snuggles and Congo African grey, Tyler hang out with Laura Bryna at a quick stop.
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Snuggles and Tyler hang out with Laura Bryna at a quick stop.

Lesser sulphur-crested cockatoo,Snuggles and Congo African grey, Tyler hang out with Laura Brynain the car.
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Snuggles and Tyler hang out with Laura Bryna in the car.

Senegal parrot, Harmony and Laura Bryna with fans.
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Picture time! Who do they want a photo with? The parrots or Laura Bryna? (Or both!)

So "The Babies," as we are called — Congo African grey, Tyler; Senegal parrot, Harmony, and lesser sulphur-crested cockatoo, Snuggles — decided to take Grandpa and Mama (a.k.a .country Country Music Recording Artist Laura Bryna) on a road trip and fly/drive west to Hollywood.  We are on our way to our other house in Los Angeles, which we like to call, "The Pink Palace West,” ‘cause it's pink on the outside and our Mommy's room is all pink.  It's her favorite color, ya think! 

Well, we started off the trip at our original house, "The Pink Palace" in Nashville, Tennessee.  We headed west on I-40 and saw some really fun things along the way.  We drove through Jackson, Tennessee and in Memphis.  We saw the pyramid or The Convention Center.  We then crossed over The Mississippi River (that's a hard word to spell) and saw the big Arkansas sign. 

Then we stopped at a Shell station in Little Rock 'cause Grandpa said we need gas. We met some nice people there who wanted to get their picture taken with us, oh and Mommy, too.  So nice!  Then we drove to Fort Smith, Arkansas, for some yummy snacks and bedtime.  Mama and Grandpa got some food from Outback, while we had our Nutriberries, pellets, nuts, millet, and fruit.  And  water — gotta’ stay hydrated!  Mama's always really good about giving us lots of water and snacks on road trips.  We're spending the night at the Candlewood Inn in Fort Smith, Arkansas, and we're in our new travel carriers, our Wingabagos.  It's bedtime and we gotta’ get our beauty sleep.  Big day ahead of us!  Lots to see!  Gotta’ make sure we show Grandpa and Mama the way!

Who needs a GPS, when you got our sense of direction? South and west!

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What a cool story and so well written from a birds eye view. More of this please.
Sam, Los Angeles, CA
Posted: 8/28/2010 11:53:43 AM
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