There has been a wee bit of indecision with regards to my nephew and I taking the dogs all the way down to Jen's house (but Jen was worried about it being such a long day for my nephew who would have to finish his night-shift before we left on a 10 or 11 hour journey) or the possibility of Jenny and her daughter meeting up with us at Scotch Corner or for Jenny and her daughter to come up to Perth on Friday and return on Saturday with the dogs themselves.
We swithered back and forth a few times but in the end Jen decided that she'd prefer for her and her daughter to see to it themselves.
I have now let my nephew off the hook (he is relieved to be honest) ... I admit I am a little relieved too because, being a non-drinker, I would have been seriously struggling to dispose of all that beer that was being lined up on some bar somewhere!!! lol.
So all that's left is for me to give my best wishes to Jenny for a speedy, full recovery and I hope all goes well at the week-end.
I'll still pop over to visit the dogs and get a few more pics for Jen to look at until Friday.
Last edited by Auld Pharrrt; 10-01-2017 at 08:24.
its all now sorted, a dog transport charity are now helping me, Dawn, is going to do, newcastle to Perth then down to Scotch corner, tomorrow, where i will be waiting, shes picking them up at 9 so we should all be re-united around 1, its been horrendous without them, ive never been without dogs, except for last year in America, then they stayed home, they have never been in kennels.
Would just like to thank everyone for offering to help in my time of need, especially Campervanannie, who offered to come pick me up, then collect dogs, then take me back home, Ron for offering to come with his nephew, Channa, hitching a ride with a trucker and driving my van back home with dogs, lol, there has been lots of suggestions and offers of help, so much kindness.
I just hope i can be of as much value to others if ever needed.
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