George is skeptical of Wendy's recent recyling effort: repurposing a no-good cat collar as a bracelet: "Sometimes, being kind to the planet is hard."
“Somehow, I don't think we'll need the dog for infamy -- your solo act is fine for that.”
So it's prom season. Be safe out there and watch out for kids who are acting even worse than usual on the highways. Who else firmly believes there should be an 18-and-older law for highway ...
“Hey, you know what you get when you put three frogs in a blender?”
"There are forces inside the cabs of our trucks we don't understand. The black holes exist – you're definitely not crazy."
Wendy Parker interviews Bigfoot field researcher Aaron Bergeron, who says he's received more than one Bigfoot sighting report from a driver over the years.
George and son, and Wendy, go to a rock concert: "I felt like I had been beat with a stick the next day, but it was worth it. We had a great time, functioned well ...
Near-disaster averted by the highway in Arkansas -- and the Motel 6.5: "It's a real place, with a hand-painted sign, swear it."...
Wendy Parker rides with her husband, George Parker, an owner-operator who pulls dry van. She chronicles their adventures and her observations from the shotgun position in her blog and at their website, http://www.thegeorgeandwendyshow.com/index.html
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Capping appreciation week with a vid salute from Sioux City Truck Sales' Tom Schoening: http://t.co/VX6v0U6mvT