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Mike B.'s Comment
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Ya so I did my 34 in Montgomeryville PA this past weekend and went to a flea market. I got me a few toys

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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Ya so I did my 34 in Montgomeryville PA this past weekend and went to a flea market. I got me a few toys

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Cool toys but how are you able to fit the two taxidermy pieces and the parrot in your truck? 😆

So Sunday I was stuck in Ohio for a 34. I was bobtail so I drove the truck to Cowen Lake State Park. My dog and I had fun but I had passed some canoe and kayak rental places on the way there. I drove to one on the Little Miami. There was around 100 or so people standing around waiting their turn. I had no reservation but they were willing to take me because it was just me, not a group, which was nice. I mentioned it was just me and my dog. Apparently Ohio politicians covid19 mandates makes it illegal for them to rent me a kayak because of the dog because someone might pet my dog and get covid19 from her....seriously??? I tried bribing them with a 20 spot, then 40, then 60...no can do. I called two other rental places and got the same reply. I was livid. There are 100 plus people standing around with ZERO PPE being worn, not even by the workers but I cannot rent a kayak because someone might touch my dog that cannot even contract covid19? AARRRGGGHHHHHHH!!! of well, at least the lake was fun but we didnt stay long because we went to kayak then I didnt have enough PC to go back to the lake and still make it back to overnight parking.

Bobtail:

"Bobtailing" means you are driving a tractor without a trailer attached.

PackRat's Comment
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This bumper sticker is one I picked up at the Eagles Landing Flying J truck stop in Beaver, Utah yesterday. It's located at exit 112 off I-15.

Wendy's next door, deli and a small restaurant, plenty of truck parking. There's also room to walk around, as Rob D. (Andy) described earlier when they did a 34 hour reset here.

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