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Well,I was gonna leave Sunday,but ended up leaving Saturday anyway. Afterwards I was glad I did of course-I drove to Maysville,Ky. Saturday and when I left there Sunday morning I still had 600 miles to go to Endeavor,Wisconsin. It was a good load,paid me $760. After I unloaded Monday I went to Chicago to reload for Baltimore.That paid almost $300,so I had a pretty good week in by the time I unloaded in Baltimore Wednesday morning. Then I went across the Key Bridge to Sparrows Point and loaded a couple of coils for N.B.Handy in Lynchburg,dropped them at the shop Wednesday evening,then took a van load of Kyanite to Chester,W.V. and when I unloaded there Thursday morning I went down rt. 2 a little ways and reloaded at Follansbee for Richmond,Va. I was going to drop down I-79 to 68 and over to Hancock,but since the snow was up to the bumper and still coming down at a rate of 14" an hour ( note-I may not be totally accurate in my weather reports,but that's what it seemed like to me at the time,so i'm as accurate as memory allows me to be :rolleyes: ) I just stayed on 70 to New Stanton and ran the turnpike to Breezewood,then dropped back down 70 and 17 to 95 to Richmond.Went from Richmond back to the shop in Concord Friday,dropped the van,then hooked back up to my flat and went back to Petersburg and loaded a load of piling going to Nazareth,Pa. for Monday delivery...whew!

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Yeah,thanks for reminding me Joe,i'm outa' here tomorrow headed to Nazareth, Pa. then to parts unknown...always an unknown adventure ahead,at least I can come home and relax for a while...haven't smoked one since the last one,new years day I think.

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Yeah,thanks for reminding me Joe,i'm outa' here tomorrow headed to Nazareth, Pa. then to parts unknown...always an unknown adventure ahead,at least I can come home and relax for a while...haven't smoked one since the last one,new years day I think.

Sorry, I know it sucks, anymore it seems like the only time I'm home is to sleep then back to doing something. Glad to see you are holding strong on smoking.

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Yeah,thanks for reminding me Joe,i'm outa' here tomorrow headed to Nazareth, Pa. then to parts unknown...always an unknown adventure ahead,at least I can come home and relax for a while...haven't smoked one since the last one,new years day I think.

Sorry, I know it sucks, anymore it seems like the only time I'm home is to sleep then back to doing something. Glad to see you are holding strong on smoking.

lol,yeah,that's about it Joe-as whatya macall'um used to say,thank you for being a friend-and I ain't smoked one yet. If I didn't burn one last week I should pretty much have it made.

P.S.-aaaaargh!!!!!!!!!

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[i always heard chewing gum helped or keep a tooth pick in your mouth. When my uncle quit smoking he picked up chewing tobacco..go figure

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[i always heard chewing gum helped or keep a tooth pick in your mouth. When my uncle quit smoking he picked up chewing tobacco..go figure
Yeah Old Bill told me to chew lots of gum too. He was smoking 3 to 4 packs a day he said-nonfiltered. He must have had one lit the whole time he was awake to smoke that much,but he quit.
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Yeah Old Bill told me to chew lots of gum too. He was smoking 3 to 4 packs a day he said-nonfiltered. He must have had one lit the whole time he was awake to smoke that much,but he quit.

That's alot of cigarettes for one day. Glad to se he quit, I bet those non filters are harder on your lungs.

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