This week the panthers have been supporting Hands of Hope. The city of Rockport waived dumping fees this week, so the panther’s service is to help clean and move items to storage or to the city dump. After the debrief, these in-house panthers slowly warmed to the idea of sorting the driveway piles into metals, brush, and house.
After dinner, Zach, our local lead, and Jason brought the panthers for reflection on the lifestyles and attitudes of Larry, a retired small engine repairman, and Harriet, a grandmother and owner of several mobile homes.
In the evening group, the panthers talked about their service and observations about both peoples circumstances and their attitudes on their service. The sunburnt and slightly lacerated panthers service did provide a change in heart for one of the helpees. The other helpee from the onsite, had the resources to provide barbecue and beverages to those who were tattooed by the Texas sun.
28.09285 , -97.04108 is the airport storage location