That water is far too close for my comfort. @QBall45
Category Archives: Truckin
This is what happens sometimes when morons are allowed to drive. Drive into a tight spot expecting that you’ll be able to back out… That’s when thr worst happens… Your reverse gear goes out… Nose up to a building & ya can’t back up. Now what? You’d best get busy calling a wrecker because I’m
I came upon a wreck this morning which is not uncommon this time of year. I fully expect to see bent sheet metal when the weather turns nasty and the roads become covered in snow and ice. However, there’s no reason for this when the road is bone dry. Yet day after day it happens
If This week started out with roads that were a sloppy mess typical of a Minnesota winter. While I was loading todays load yesterday afternoon I decided I’d clean my glass as it had become all but impossible to see out the side windows. With paper towels in hand I reached for my can of
On many occasions I’ve driven through the small town in north central Iowa called Pocahontas. I’m always in a rush to get somewhere and have not stopped for a picture. As luck would have it, I was not in my usual rush as I passed through today. So with my flashers on I pulled ‘er
I’ve loaded my tanker from a rail car before. However, last night’s experience was one I’d rather not repeat. Suffice it to say I had no fun.
Stick in the rush crawling along at 3.5 MPH. Might as well have the brakes set. Only granny low gear is left to drop in to. And I’m not certain I’ve put ‘er into low on this rig yet since I got it.
Dear OOIDA Member, A bill that will repeal the 2013 requirement that all federal, state and larger local government entities withhold 3% of the payments they make to businesses that do work for them will be voted on by the U.S. Senate TODAY. The Senate will begin debating and amending H.R. 674 (http://www.ooida.com/Documents/HR674-112th.pdf) sometime early this
We all know it (winter) happens every year. Yet it never fails to catch us off guard and less than prepared. The early (still black dark) morning flakes on the air were first clue that today might be the day. It short order the heavy wet flakes have turned the brown/black fields white. —@QBall45
These pictures were all taken today on my HTC Inc2. I guess that paint was still a bit wet. Oops!