Hey G-Town!

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T-Rex's Comment
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Do you work out of the Pottsville, PA Walmart DC? If so, I might run into you soon. Accepted a load today out of that dc and talked to my dl and she said they're going to have me helping out over there for a bit (Not sure how long).

∆_Danielsahn_∆'s Comment
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You won't want to leave. I got lucky, and started as a Wally dedicated, at the DC a "few" miles north. Thursday is Crazy Season's Eve....

Old School's Comment
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talked to my dl and she said they're going to have me helping out over there for a bit (Not sure how long).

Congratulations T-Rex!

I'm thinking if you don't mess up too badly, they will be needing you for the next five weeks. good-luck.gif

G-Town's Comment
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Do you work out of the Pottsville, PA Walmart DC? If so, I might run into you soon. Accepted a load today out of that dc and talked to my dl and she said they're going to have me helping out over there for a bit (Not sure how long).

Yes. I will be back there this Friday, @ 0500.

Old School is correct.

Where are they sending you? Let me know if you need any help.

G-Town's Comment
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T-Rex you can send me an email to:

TT.gtown@spamgourmet.com

so I know how to get in touch with you, etc.

T-Rex's Comment
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Not sure where exactly they'll be sending me out of there yet, only know that I'm heading there after dropping this load in New Jersey.

That's cool G-Town itll be kind of neat to see a familiar face out here.

T-Rex's Comment
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Looks like I won't be coming to the Wal-Mart DC after all. Ended up getting a load going from York PA to the Dollar General DC in MS. Gotta pick it up in the morning. I had to take a 34 hr restart and couldn't get up and running till this afternoon so by the time I was able to make it to the dc they couldn't give me anything because I had this load to pick up in the morning. Too bad, I was looking forward to meeting you G Town. You were a big part of why I chose to go with Swift in the first place. Perhaps another time.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
G-Town's Comment
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Hey T-Rex,...thanks for checking in. I figured that was the case. No worries, at least they're keeping you moving. That's what matters most.

Keep me posted, you never know they might route you through Pottsville again.

All the best!

Errol V.'s Comment
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Which DG DC in Mississippi? I've been to Indianola lots.

T-Rex's Comment
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Sorry for the delay Errol. It was Indianola.

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