Where’s Everyone At What’s You 20 How’s The Weather??

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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This is as tall as the top of my windshield. The other side of this is where I usually walk my dog.

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JakeBreak's Comment
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5 degrees here in Rock Port MO. Headed to Salt Lake, gonna be a long cold ride. High temps are in the single digits the whole was across 80.

Jammer a's Comment
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Slow an easy man the got the roads pretty clear over y’all’s way?? Ice road trucking for about 3 hours today about 16 degrees Oklahoma has a bunc of ice right now rigs an four wheelers in ditches and median crazy all day I’ve seen tow truck crossed over and now it’s just rain

This is as tall as the top of my windshield. The other side of this is where I usually walk my dog.

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5 degrees here in Rock Port MO. Headed to Salt Lake, gonna be a long cold ride. High temps are in the single digits the whole was across 80.

Navypoppop's Comment
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Mikey B,

Looks like you're at the Wilton Travel Plaza. You couldn't have chosen a better place to be at. I haven't been there since retiring in 2011.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
PackRat's Comment
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Mikey B,

Looks like you're at the Wilton Travel Plaza. You couldn't have chosen a better place to be at. I haven't been there since retiring in 2011.

Sounds like a possibke RV road trip destination this summer for you?

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Navypoppop's Comment
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PackRat, I try and stay out of the Northeast at all times even the summer. I'm dreading this weekend as I'm leaving Saturday morning for my daughter/son-in-laws in Clarksville, Tn. He finally got his retirement papers from US ARMY after 21 years and the moving truck left yesterday and I'm hauling their fragile personals in a Uhaul trailer to Lexington Park, Md. I'm spending the nights at Ozark, Al., Lebanon, Tn., Raphine, Va. and then Lexington Park, Md. and it looks like a slippery morning leaving Lebanon on Monday and me and the Ram don't want the ice conditions. Oh well wish me luck.

JakeBreak's Comment
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Well made it to salt lake. I'm at the loves just south of there at exit 260 off 15. Gonna sit here til Monday since that's when my next load is gonna be ready to head back to Nebraska. It's 37 degrees and snowing lol

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Jammer a's Comment
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Just pulled into Denver gonna drop and sit at consignee for the night rough goin sitting at 1 degree caught some snow and blowing snow low visibility and super truckers made for a challenge lol but made it

Well made it to salt lake. I'm at the loves just south of there at exit 260 off 15. Gonna sit here til Monday since that's when my next load is gonna be ready to head back to Nebraska. It's 37 degrees and snowing lol

Consignee:

The customer the freight is being delivered to. Also referred to as "the receiver". The shipper is the customer that is shipping the goods, the consignee is the customer receiving the goods.

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Operating While Intoxicated

andhe78's Comment
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My favorite weather forecasting device on the truck.

Had a bit of “freezing drizzle” tonight. Not a big deal since the salt application around here is anything but stingy. What was new, was this was going on at 15 degrees. When it first started showing up on the windshield, it looked like salt spray. Hit it with the washers and realized it wasn’t smearing, it was already frozen water on the windshield! That stuff froze the instant it hit the lights and windshield. Bet I had the cab at 90 degrees tonight keeping the windshield wet.

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Operating While Intoxicated

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Mikey B,

Looks like you're at the Wilton Travel Plaza. You couldn't have chosen a better place to be at. I haven't been there since retiring in 2011.

You are correct sir. I sometimes deliver to the Target around the corner and its usually late at night when I get there with a depleted 14. I like this place because everytime I stop there (4 or 5 times now) it's always late, like 10pm-2am late and theres ALWAYS spots open. Plus they have Scottys restaurant which honestly is not great but still decent. Friendly people too.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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