In 1718 a recently freed family of indentured workers inherits the small uninhabited Bull Island off the Carolina coast. The family consist of husband and wife, one son, and a second son ... See full summary »
Opening: "I find adventure everywhere, and friends with whom I like to share. This is my stop along the way; don't really know how long I'll stay. A drifting, the world is my friend. A traveling along the road without end." See more »
It may well be that my baby boomer memory is having a seniors moment but I feel certain that our main character was not a German shepherd but some other sort of canine of approximately the same dimensions. Maybe someone else with a better memory might be able to enlighten us. All I can say that I still get a warm glow inside whenever I think of this wonderful children's show. Each episode was a vignette of new characters to which our Hobo usually helped resolve a human dilemma with animal heart. So sad to think the world that could create such wonderful things with so much love is gone forever... and yet it left such a lasting impression on this 50yo man...
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