Good advice sixgun.I am talking to a contractor company in Memphis,Expedited Services,they are a delership that also has there own fleet so you can get your feet wet with out jumping in.They run Kenworth T600's with 24' boxes.It will be a wait and see deal.
I like KW and Volvo also. I had a Freight Shacker back in 2000.I kind of like the new Cascadia.It grows on you ya know.That new International Lone Star is another one that grows on you.I saw it at Mid America last march,starting to see them on the road.That grill means business.Hey what is your Old West interests?I take you live in Fort Smith area.Maverick flat bed country.
Sounds like you stay on the go.I like reading and research as well.But we lack the reenacting around here unless it civil war.I don't have the time for that though.They drill like the regular army!I have some friends that do that on the confederate side.I just researched my ancesters back to the civil war and I found my Great-Great-Grandad was in the 29th Va. Infantry.Also found out I am only the 6th generation born here in the states.We came from England, I have not gone any farther I had to break for tea.(LOL)
Thanks for the compliments. Not really a Yankee - born and raised in Southern California transplanted here during high school. Just to confuse the situation I was an ACW Re-Enactor- CO D 4th Alabama - ANV.
Working on a couple more Civil War vignettes. I'll post more Pics when I get them done.
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