The following is a transcript of Kerry Shahen`s 11 P.M. Story... BOY SCOUT TROOP 155 OUT OF TRUCKVSILLE MADE THE TRIP HOME FOR MANY HOLIDAY TRAVELERS A BIT EASIER. THEY LURED DRIVERS INTO TAKING A BREAK WITH SOME FREE COFFEE AND HOT DOGS. ((TAKE PKG)) ((NATS @ 11:37)) "There you go." IT`S NOT WHAT MOST DRIVERS WERE EXPECTING WHEN THEY PULLED OFF OF I-81, BUT IT WAS DEFINITELY WELCOME. ((Melanie Dehart/Binghamton)) "I actually stopped so I could use the restroom and check a map. Then I saw the boy scouts and was like yea Scouts.!" THESE SCOUTS HAVE BEEN HANDING OUT FREE COFFEE, HOT DOGS AND SNACKS FOR THE LAST 2 DAYS. ((Jason Crispell/Troop 155)) "It`s been half and half, sometimes it`s been fast, sometimes it`s been going slow." THEY LOST TRACK OF EXACTLY HOW MANY CUPS OF COFFEE THEY`VE POURED BUT ESTIMATE IT`S WELL OVER 3 THOUSAND. ((Steven Gallant/Gorham, MA)) "I haven`t had a break all I`ve been doing is getting gas and going, getting gas and going, so I said sounds good to me a hot dog and coffee. ((NATS @ 4:51)) NO ONE LEAVES THIS REST STOP HUNGRY NOT EVEN THE 4-LEGGED TRAVELERS. AND IF YOU NEED SOME QUICK DOG-SITTING WHILE YOU RUN INTO THE RESTROOM, THE BOYS SCOUTS TAKE CARE OF THAT TOO. ((NATS)) DONNA WHITE IS TRAVELLING WITH HER LITTLE ONE AND THOUGHT THEY HAD EVERYTHING. ((Donna White/ Littleton MA)) "We bought milk before we stopped here and we opened it and the bottle was sour and here were these angels, so I took the chance of asking and sure enough they had milk." ((Kerry Shahen/28 News)) "The boy scouts are learning about more than community service and lending a hand, they`re also getting a lesson in geography." ((Jonathan Wallace/Troop 155)) "You ask the people where they`re from and you put a pin in where they live in the state or wherever they live." ((2:01)) "It`s amazing how many people come from out of the country." ((KERRY ON CAM)) THE SCOUTS EVEN DREW IN A FEW COUNTRIES LIKE VENEZUELA AND ENGLAND TO MAKE SURE EVERYONE HAD A PLACE FOR THEIR PIN. PARENTS TOLD ME SOME OF THE BOYS HAD SUCH A GOOD TIME HELPING OUT, THEY BEGGED TO STAY WHEN THEIR SHIFT WAS OVER.