Finally....... I Have Solod Out With MAY

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Moe's Comment
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Its been a long road to get here, yall who know me know. Could have been shorter and not as painful had I listened more fully at times, but today I have passed all the requirements to solo out with MAY. I got to our Yolo, CA yard tommorrow to pick up my truck and bring a load back to our brooks oregon station.

My plan is to then take 3 days of solid home time with my family and to rest, wash clothes, restock and then head out to start running. I have alot of bills to catch up on, one thing at a time I am enjoying the victory today! Thank you to all who have followed, encouraged and rebuked me when needed.

I'm currently packing organizing as I ma moving out out of the truck I have slept in the last 4 nights and going to CA tommorrow. Thought I would put this on the general section. Havent hd a chance to keep up with my journal, mybad on that alot to do this last 2 weeks.

Thanks again yall, hopefully see some of yall out there, be safe drivers!


Old School's Comment
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A hearty Congratulations to ya Moe!

Hang in there and keep up the great work. I am proud to see you getting this thing started now. You are in good hands over there at May. I hope to hear many more good progress reports from you. Please try to keep us posted. Your story is one that should be very helpful to others. We always try to help people see that we have their best interests at heart when we give them advice. Sometimes we are perceived as biased or unduly influenced by "Big Trucking." The truth is, we know what the best practices are for getting your trucking career off to a good solid start. I am really glad to see you on the right track. The future you are building for your career is solid. We are proud to have been a part of it. good-luck.gif

midnight fox's Comment
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Your perseverence is admirable, man. congrats! dancing-banana.gif


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tripletdad's Comment
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I missed your earlier posts, but congrats on moving into your own truck. This group has been great for me from the beginning when I didn’t know where to start the process and they still are now.

Rhino's Comment
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Congrats moe!

Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Congratulations Moe. Stay safe and enjoy your hometime. We are always here to help.

Papa Pig's Comment
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Awesome Moe!

I will give you a couple months to get acclimated and then you can come on and work the DG account w me 😁

Anne A. (and sometimes To's Comment
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Major Congrats, Moe...!!!!!!!

(If we lose ya here on TT, I'll drag you back AGAIN, haha!) sorry.gif

Super happy for you, man.

~ Just Me ~

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G-Town's Comment
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Congratulations Moe!

PackRat's Comment
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Huge congratulations and rack up lots of safe miles there with MAY!

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