Woke up after a hellacious overnight windstorm ready to pick up a few HUMVEEs at the AM General plant. This is a super-easy load to haul - they drive 'em on, Ed chains 'em down and we go. It's also a type of load that gets a lot of attention.
No matter where we go, people look. They wave, they point, they take pictures. Kids love them too, pumping their arms up and down, asking us to give them an air-horn toot. I always do, Ed is a little more reserved; it's really not a load for a shy guy.
We're not going very far, will be unloading tomorrow and then heading up to pick up our next load in Baltimore. Looks like we'll be following the cold and rain east, which I am totally loving. I like to stretch winter as far into spring as I can; if there are clouds in the sky, I'm there.
Summer will be here soon enough.
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