Views From The Office Window (Post Yours Please!)

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Steppenwolf 's Comment
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Dallas Texas at night

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Victor C. II's Comment
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Morning yall, from the likes of Tennessee. Getting live unloaded around 12pm. I think we will be getting unloaded sooner Lord willing. Hows everyones morning going?

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Marc Lee's Comment
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Morning yall, from the likes of Tennessee. Getting live unloaded around 12pm. I think we will be getting unloaded sooner Lord willing. Hows everyones morning going?

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Morning Victor! Spent the night @ receiver for 04:00 live unload. A company for whom I once did a large IT project. The irony is not lost on me!

Looks like we just got a load from MN to IN!

Be safe!

Old School's Comment
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Good morning Victor! I think you'll appreciate this view of a rather zealous truck driver/Christian from my office window. This was taken a few weeks ago at a truck stop I'm at regularly in Delhi. LA.

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Rob T.'s Comment
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Good morning Victor! I think you'll appreciate this view of a rather zealous truck driver/Christian from my office window. This was taken a few weeks ago at a truck stop I'm at regularly in Delhi. LA.

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What makes you think that driver is religious? rofl-3.gif

Rob T.'s Comment
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Here is my view from Coralville IA. Not exciting or spectacular as most shared here.

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Clocked in today at 1am, waited til 230 for my load to be ready. I had 1 store in Iowa City then got to US Foods at 7am. Appt is for 9am. They only have 6 docks they unload from. I'm delivering one pallet that I told them I'll unload because they're super light boxes but still making me wait. Doesnt get much easier than this.

PackRat's Comment
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Fun stuff today: 45 mph wind gusts from Big Springs, NE to Rawlins, WY, 45 stop on I-80 near Elk Mountain, WY for an accident, plus "The S Word"! Still managed 515 miles in just over 9 hours driving, but a 13:50 day.

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PackRat's Comment
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More wide open spaces today. These are Utah and Idaho.

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Turtle Protege (formerly 's Comment
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Packrat shares his journey:

More wide open spaces today. These are Utah and Idaho.

My wife is from Caldwell.

Rob T.'s Comment
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Packrat shame on you. All these nice pictures you've been sharing have me wondering if I need to go OTR!smile.gif

OTR:

Over The Road

OTR driving normally means you'll be hauling freight to various customers throughout your company's hauling region. It often entails being gone from home for two to three weeks at a time.

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