Monday, July 09, 2018

Loaded Up And Heading Home

After the Million Miler Event was over in Savannah, we decided to go home for a bit.  I had a few appointments I needed to take care of and Ed had some maintenance work to do on the truck.

There weren't any loads going to Arizona so we snagged this forklift headed to New Mexico and after delivery there if we don't find another load we will just deadhead the rest of the way. 

I'm glad to see that the weather in the coming week will be a little cooler - in the low to mid-nineties instead of triple digits - and it's monsoon season, so we can expect rain every day which although it raises the humidity, also cools things down a bit.

Looking forward to some afternoon rainstorms!

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The City Girl Snaps A Sunset

2016: Imperfectly Wonderful
2015: Charleston Blues And Greens
2014: Dodging Locals Under The Oaks
2013: The Best Trail In Town
2012: It’s Even Better Than Having A “Plan B”
2011: Who Says Truckers Don’t Have Nice Legs?
2010: Boy, Have Times Changed!
2009: I’ll Have A Short Stack With A Million Scrambled Eggs On The Side Please
2008: It Came At A Perfect Time
2007: Experimenting With Scrotum
2006: Can Anyone Spare A Roll Of Pennies?
2005: Matching Purse And Flip Flops??

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