Thanksgiving Wishes

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G-Town's Comment
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To everyone on this forum have a Happy and Safe Thanksgiving!

Busiest travel season of the year, be careful out there.

All the best.

Robert B. (The Dragon) ye's Comment
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You too G!!!!! I'm actually just getting up and having a cup of coffee before heading about 40 miles to pick up my load that routes me through the house for thanksgiving. Enjoy the day, the food and the food coma following all the food. Be safe out there brother.

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Operating While Intoxicated

G-Town's Comment
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You too G!!!!! I'm actually just getting up and having a cup of coffee before heading about 40 miles to pick up my load that routes me through the house for thanksgiving. Enjoy the day, the food and the food coma following all the food. Be safe out there brother.

Thank you sir. And the same to you!

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Operating While Intoxicated

Robert B. (The Dragon) ye's Comment
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And who knows, i might run into you in the Carlisle area sometime. I spend a lot of time on 80 and 76

Shantanic (Shannon F.)'s Comment
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Happy thanksgiving right back y'all! I'm staying out and running, so I guess it's truck stop turkey this year. Or a slim Jim and pecan twirl lol.

Michael's Comment
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Happy Turkey Day everyone and safe travels out there

G-Town's Comment
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And who knows, i might run into you in the Carlisle area sometime. I spend a lot of time on 80 and 76

That would be cool, I usually see a parade of Pumpkins through out my day. However it's rare that I am west of the H-Burg, West Shore exit on I-76. The Grays Avenue Harrisburg Walmart and SAM'S (next to the RR tracks) and the York PA stores are the south-western most points we service. West of that is serviced by the Bedford DC (which is a Schneider account). I will many times drop-down on 176 from Reading to the Morgantown interchange of 76, heading to the Philly area or South Jersey stores. I avoid going through the city this way. Interstates 78, 80, 81 & 87, I am on them constantly, know every bump, dip and pothole.

I am more likely to run into OS in my travels since he regularly visits Cressona PA. OS, I occasionally grab a meal or coffee at the Manheim Diner on PA61, very close to the SAPA plant. There is truck parking next to it, food is better than average. Many times I will get it "to-go" or "take-with" since I am usually low on hours by the time I pass it headed north. Although climbing PA61 North to 81 can be a real pain (because of the perpetual construction project and steep hills), it saves about 20-30 minutes over using 78W to 81N, which many times (30 minutes) is about all that I left on my 14 at the end of a day.

If you see a Wally Wagon pulled by a Swift LW or Day-Cab Plasticadia in your travels, give me a call on the CB, I respond to "G-town" or "G".

SAP:

Substance Abuse Professional

The Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) is a person who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare.

Interstate:

Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

Robert B. (The Dragon) ye's Comment
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And who knows, i might run into you in the Carlisle area sometime. I spend a lot of time on 80 and 76

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That would be cool, I usually see a parade of Pumpkins through out my day. However it's rare that I am west of the H-Burg, West Shore exit on I-76. The Grays Avenue Harrisburg Walmart and SAM'S (next to the RR tracks) and the York PA stores are the south-western most points we service. West of that is serviced by the Bedford DC (which is a Schneider account). I will many times drop-down on 176 from Reading to the Morgantown interchange of 76, heading to the Philly area or South Jersey stores. I avoid going through the city this way. Interstates 78, 80, 81 & 87, I am on them constantly, know every bump, dip and pothole.

I am more likely to run into OS in my travels since he regularly visits Cressona PA. OS, I occasionally grab a meal or coffee at the Manheim Diner on PA61, very close to the SAPA plant. There is truck parking next to it, food is better than average. Many times I will get it "to-go" or "take-with" since I am usually low on hours by the time I pass it headed north. Although climbing PA61 North to 81 can be a real pain (because of the perpetual construction project and steep hills), it saves about 20-30 minutes over using 78W to 81N, which many times (30 minutes) is about all that I left on my 14 at the end of a day.

If you see a Wally Wagon pulled by a Swift LW or Day-Cab Plasticadia in your travels, give me a call on the CB, I respond to "G-town" or "G".

Definitely will. I'm in a big noisy 06 KW T800. I know that doesn't narrow it down but there's WarBoy on the drivers door. Yes I'm a huge Mad Max fan lol

SAP:

Substance Abuse Professional

The Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) is a person who evaluates employees who have violated a DOT drug and alcohol program regulation and makes recommendations concerning education, treatment, follow-up testing, and aftercare.

Interstate:

Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the Federal Department Of Transportation (DOT).

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