Just Want To Let You Know I Am Hanging In There

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Moe's Comment
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Hey guys, I'm still with May, still trucking, I'm trying to learn as much as I cam ,but still have not had much time to update my journal , as it is I have a weekend trip SF on dispatch and I need to plan that and shower before hand.

I am keeping up with packrat (outside of forum). I do have. Lots to share but just not time to constructively do so as thus gets easier I hope to have more time for the tappy, tippy on the internet. Plus I'm using my phone while out here I dobt have a laptop yet


Anne A. (G13Momcat)'s Comment
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Blessings, Moe. Continued KUDOS. You've come a LONG WAY, MAN.

~ Anne ~

Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Great news keep up the good work. Things will get easier with time. As you learn to manage your clock, your backing improves, your trip planning improves, and your understanding of you company's electronic messages.

Bird-One's Comment
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Great news Moe. Hang in there man. It gets better. Let everything that you have gone through up till this point to motivate you to keep pushing forward.

Rob T.'s Comment
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Keep up the great work Moe!

Moe's Comment
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Thanks all, today I find myself a little frustrated at lack of clear communication and directions, working through it the best I can and going to leave early in the AM to give myself plenty of time in case I get lost in SF. Wish me luck.


Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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Plan your route well, write down directions and hang them where you can easily see. Look up the place on Google Maps, use satellite view and zoom in to find the truck entrance. Also get familiar with what's around the area.

Good luck.

G-Town's Comment
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Pulling for you Moe! Good luck!

Chief Brody's Comment
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Hang on loosely, but don't let go. If you cling too tightly you might lose control.


When a violation by either a driver or company is confirmed, an out-of-service order removes either the driver or the vehicle from the roadway until the violation is corrected.

PJ's Comment
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Good news Moe. Keep up the good work. All of us around here wish you the best sir!!

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