Dreary Day In Gulfport, MS

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NeeklODN's Comment
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Army 's Comment
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LOL, how is it with a big dog? When I get intro trucking, I won't leave me best friend behind.

Old School's Comment
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Hey, it does look a little dreary over there. Just down the road from you is one of my favorite places to take my 34 - Pass Christian - nice beaches, great restaurants, and I can park my truck in a public boat dock's parking lot.

It looks like your buddy is enjoying the break!

NeeklODN's Comment
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LOL, how is it with a big dog? When I get intro trucking, I won't leave me best friend behind.

She totally is my best friend. She's only about 60lbs. Word of advice if your dog likes to be up in the window: make him/her get down or in the sleeper when you get off the interstate or have to make some right turns. Mine totally blocks my mirrors on that side.

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NeeklODN's Comment
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Hey, it does look a little dreary over there. Just down the road from you is one of my favorite places to take my 34 - Pass Christian - nice beaches, great restaurants, and I can park my truck in a public boat dock's parking lot.

It looks like your buddy is enjoying the break!

Cool I'll have to check it out if I'm ever that way. Course I won't be taking any 34s on the road anytime soon....but maybe for a 10

Army 's Comment
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Yeah, makes sense....mine is a 5 month old golden....he is about 45 lbs.....I have a bit longer before I start my career..just curious as to walking him and all that....but great pics, glad he is able to ride with you.

Bruce K.'s Comment
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I wondering the same thing. How do you get the dog in and out? Do you have some kind of ramp? And does he/she ever put you overweight? Lol.

Bruce K.'s Comment
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Neek, she looks a lot bigger than 60 lbs. Guess it's just the camera playing tricks. I love it that you can take your dog. Many companies have 50 lb weight limits or no pet policies.

I have a 110 lb. Yellow Lab that I'd love to take with me, but no way is that possible. And he would love the road, he is always eager to get in the car.

Right now, I have to make do with my stuffed Panda that I won at a carnival last year.

NeeklODN's Comment
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Yeah, makes sense....mine is a 5 month old golden....he is about 45 lbs.....I have a bit longer before I start my career..just curious as to walking him and all that....but great pics, glad he is able to ride with you.

You just have to get them out for a few anytime you get out. That's all there is really. Just have to find a way without being unprofessional at a customer.

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