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Old 05-16-2011, 02:07 PM
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Got an empty spot on my car hauler going to Idaho this weekend- Anyone need a haul?

Hey guys I'm taking a truck up to Idaho Falls Id this Friday morning. I will be passing thru Vegas and Salt Lake City. So if y'all need anything brought out that way or brought back, please let me know. I have room for 2 cars coming and going. The trip is already paid for, but not by much LOL, so I can give yo uguys a killer rate! Lemme now!

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Danny,

I don't need anything moved right now, but if I did, it would be a dog. An English Springer Spaniel.

We occasionally get an excess of dogs in one place, and an excess of potential adopters in another. The goal is to balance that.

Would you ever consider taking a road-buddy along? They are an added responsibility, of course, as they need stops for food, water, and "relief". They may or may not need crating, but they ALWAYS need to be on a leash when outside the cab. No, they shouldn't ride in the back, either.

We have dealt with Operation Roger before, and it works out for us when the beginning and end points are right, but that isn't always the case, and I'm investigating another possibility herewith.

Is this something that you would be interested in adding to a manifest someday?

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Hey Marv I might be able to, but when I run it's hard and fast LOL, so it'd have to be something I/we plan in advance. I'm always up to help a great cause! Keep me in mind, and I'll let ya know where I'm at, as I usually stay in Ca, Nv, or Az only.
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