All Dogs Go to Heaven: Saying Goodbye To A Friend You Never Knew

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A picture left behind in a secluded part of the house, gave some clue as to my friend's likeness. Matching the fur was no problem. A picture left behind in a secluded part of the house, gave some clue as to my friendโ€™s likeness. Matching the fur was no problem.

I knew once I saw what I saw, there was no going back. What was seen couldnโ€™t be unseen. I had to do something for my friend

Near my Savannah training location used while competing in the Statesย andย as a temporary guest of my US host family, sits a power company right-of-way with forests on either side.

RightOfWayIโ€™ve traveled this way every day via Segway and walked my racing bikes this way to get to side roads for cycling training before hitting the busy roads. ย I noticed the pet carrier but never thought to look in it. Once I did, I knew a friend needed my help.

PetCarrierInside the pet carrier were the remains of a small dog. More than likely the dog whose picture Iโ€ฆ

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