A day at the beach is always better with your furry friend in tow, but sadly, dogs aren’t welcome at all beaches. In fact, many beaches don’t allow dogs at all and if they do, often they’re only permitted on leashes. At Roomer, we believe in man’s best friend’s right to frolic freely on the sandy shores, which is why we’ve compiled this handy list of dog friendly beaches around the U.S.
Being a sports fan definitely has its ups and downs (trust me–as a die-hard Cleveland sports fan I have loads of experience with losing seasons). This past week of college football left fans either jumping for joy or drowning their sorrows in more beer. Either way, the results are in and the BCS Bowl Games are set.
Julie is no Roomer user, so how’d she make it to our Facebook page?
Julie, a fifth grade teacher in Tennessee, is engaging her students through a simple, yet powerful, experiment. On November 18, she posted a dated picture of herself holding a sign that asked her Facebook friends like the photo, hoping to demonstrate to her students how quickly an image can proliferate (and be convincingly edited) via the World Wide Web. And boy, did she prove her point. Julie’s picture has 391,000 Facebook likes and counting, and over 30,000 shares (not to mention, many doctored versions of her photo). We at Roomer are proud to help Julie teach her students this invaluable life lesson.
Every Thanksgiving, millions of Americans travel hundreds of miles across their country to dine with family and friends. In fact, Thanksgiving is the U.S.’s biggest travel day of the year, with over 43 million Americans (about 14% of the country) hitting the road for Turkey Day. And while so much of America unites in spirit of Thanksgiving (and the spirit of travel), this country-wide vacation weekend can lead to heavy traffic, long airport lines, and an overall pain in the neck.