Two and a half weeks is longer than anyone should have to stay in Salt Lake City. Don’t get me wrong, it’s got its charms, and I’m sure the denizens of this landmark locale could enlighten me as to the virtues of life by the Lake. Yet we unplanned interlopers, lacking the vehicular means of mobility, grew swiftly stir-crazy in the salty city. Continue reading “Salt Lake Blues”
At the end of 2017, I had high hopes that this new year would bring good tidings. Unfortunately, as many of you know from reading this blog, our luck hasn’t been so great. But we are not the kind of people to just grin and take the punishment. No, Christina and I have been busy bees, plotting our next move with care. Continue reading “New Year, New Directions”
What a long, crazy week it’s been! I’m currently parked in Griffin, Georgia while they load my trailer full of cargo on its way to Arkansas, so I figure I’ve got a little time to catch you all up to speed on what’s new in my world.
Continue reading “Student Becomes Teacher”
Today my wife and I were supposed to hit the road together, but fate had other plans. We had to take the truck to the shop a couple days ago, and it likely won’t be available until Monday at the soonest, so we are going to be staying at home in Fort Wortha few days longer than planned. Continue reading “Convenient Delay”
After today’s early-morning delivery, I was directed to pick up a load of sugar from a local refinery here in Louisiana. However, upon inspecting the trailer, a number of leaks were discovered. Continue reading “Best Laid Plans”
Yesterday’s delivery went well, and I had no trouble getting to my pick-up spot this morning. Things were going smoothly, and I was happily truckin’ along… until this morning. Continue reading “Glad Hands”
This morning the shop informed us that the ECM wiring harness would have to be built from scratch since there were none available. They informed us that they have no idea when the truck will be ready. Continue reading “Phase 2, Day 5: A Little Bit Louder and a Whole Lot Worse”