Duffle Bag Came In

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Splitter's Comment
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Are Merril boots good quality? I’m looking to replace my waterproof, insulated Timberland boots. They broke right along the middle of the sole, both of them! Never buying their brand again.

Splitter's Comment
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Almost forgot, a separate shower duffle bag/backpack will be very handy to carry a change of clothes & your toiletries.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Are Merril boots good quality? I’m looking to replace my waterproof, insulated Timberland boots. They broke right along the middle of the sole, both of them! Never buying their brand again.

I have a pair of their Moab Tactical boots that are comfortable, but I just got them a couple of months ago, so I don't know how long they will last. merrill and Danner were the boots of choice for trail hikers in my youth though, which is why I decided to give them a try

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Are Merril boots good quality? I’m looking to replace my waterproof, insulated Timberland boots. They broke right along the middle of the sole, both of them! Never buying their brand again.

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I have a pair of their Moab Tactical boots that are comfortable, but I just got them a couple of months ago, so I don't know how long they will last. merrill and Danner were the boots of choice for trail hikers in my youth though, which is why I decided to give them a try

Thanks for the endorsement GOM! I’ll hit the buy button on Amazon. I really need the insulated waterproof features for the deep snow in the northern states. What’s funny is that the brown pair is almost $20 less than the black ones. “Men's Moab Polar Waterproof Winter Boot”, funny, didn’t see the model name until you posted it. Thumbs up!!

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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This is actually what I have. I've been trying to convince myself to get the winter pair, but I am CHEAP!!

Boots

PSD:

Prime Student Driver

Prime Inc has a CDL training program and the first phase is referred to as PSD. You'll get your permit and then 10,000 miles of on the road instruction.

The following is from Prime's website:

Prime’s PSD begins with you obtaining your CDL permit. Then you’ll go on the road with a certified CDL instructor for no less than 75 hours of one-on-one behind the wheel training. After training, you’ll return to Prime’s corporate headquarters in Springfield, Missouri, for final CDL state testing and your CDL license.

Obtain CDL Permit / 4 Days

  • Enter program, study and test for Missouri CDL permit.
  • Start driving/training at Prime Training Center in Springfield, Missouri.
  • Work toward 40,000 training dispatched miles (minimum) with food allowance while without CDL (Food allowance is paid back with future earnings).

On-the-Road Instruction / 10,000 Miles

  • Train with experienced certified CDL instructor for 3-4 weeks in a real world environment.
  • Get 75 hours of behind-the-wheel time with one-on-one student/instructor ratio.
  • Earn 10,000 miles toward total 40,000 miles needed.
Pupil2Prodigy's Comment
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The 2nd photo includes all clothing, 10 pair underwear/socks, 7 shirts/pants, sweatshirt/coat

I do need some crocs though

Pupil2Prodigy's Comment
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Neck gaiter is basically a scarf you pull over your head

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Neck gaiter is basically a scarf you pull over your head

Ah, OK. I have something similar, just never heard the term.

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Dave Reid's Comment
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Get rid of the q-tips, they take up too much room

Towels, hand towels, soap, shampoo, wipes, deodorant, mouthwash, toothpaste, toothbrush, floss, cough drops, sanitizer, Bengay, Band-Aids, aspirin, Tylenol, Q-tips, ear plugs, eyemask, melatonin, hat, gloves, neck gaiter, relevant documents, reading material, Tums, Kleenex, Atlas, Truck Stop guide, quarter bag for laundry, markers, pens, highlighter, pencil, sunglasses, flashlight, I still need boots

andhe78's Comment
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Get rid of the q-tips, they take up too much room

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Towels, hand towels, soap, shampoo, wipes, deodorant, mouthwash, toothpaste, toothbrush, floss, cough drops, sanitizer, Bengay, Band-Aids, aspirin, Tylenol, Q-tips, ear plugs, eyemask, melatonin, hat, gloves, neck gaiter, relevant documents, reading material, Tums, Kleenex, Atlas, Truck Stop guide, quarter bag for laundry, markers, pens, highlighter, pencil, sunglasses, flashlight, I still need boots

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? I love my q-tips. I’d get rid of the towels, truck stop guide (trucker path), reading material (kindle app), neck gaiter, and half the writing instruments before giving up the q-tips. 😁

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