Hank Williams

Tell us how the transport came together?

As I had already signed up for another transport on the same day, I wasn’t sure about doing this one. It would mean a wait of about 3 hours in South Hill, Va, a town of about 4,000. I thought I would just take my kindle to the library and read for a while, and maybe get myself some lunch.

Were there any memorable moments from this transport?

The first transport was a sweet English Setter called Sammie and she was a sweetheart. After meeting the next driver, I searched for the library, only to find out it was closed! On to get something to eat. I was wearing a sweatshirt with dogs, and a woman in the restaurant blessed me for doing what I was doing. I smiled and said thank you.

What could have made this transport better?

More dogs

Tell us about your passenger/s (behavior, demeanor, etc)?

When I met Hank, I was so surprised as I was under the impression he was 62 lbs. He was about 6! Not sure what happened to my decimal point. He was wagging his tail and just seemed like a happy fellow and ended up being my copilot.

Why did you take this transport, what compelled you to help?

I always help when I can.

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One thought on “Hank Williams

  1. Michael Hale Gray January 7, 2020 at 2:03 am - Reply Author

    I love how you do a “back-n-forth” run. One dog travelling south, then pick up Hank going north. Thank you for providing me with the info to contact the reverse trip people. (No name, just) Your fellow Hank driver.

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