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Re: son of a truck drivin mother. honk honk boogedy boogedy boo

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07-29-2013 06:18:38

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I drive a redi mix concrete truck around western mass southern NH and VT. Some of the places I have put an 80,000# truck can get pretty interesting. Here is a few pics from a power line job out over a swamp we have been pouring on this summer sure beats running up and down the road all the time

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07-31-2013 02:55:10

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 Re: son of a truck drivin mother. honk honk boogedy boogedy boo in reply to Dave eklund, 07-29-2013 06:18:38  
My stepson drives concrete pump truck in Colorado, and has pumped for chairlift tower footings at some of the ski areas at 9000 or 10000 ft. Has pictures of truck on those access roads and landings built just for him. He has a 4 year degree in biology but good jobs with good pay hard to find to the CDL is paying rent ect.

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07-31-2013 06:51:09

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 Re: son of a truck drivin mother. honk honk boogedy boogedy in reply to nys, 07-31-2013 02:55:10  
Went on a couple of trips with my step-dad back in the 50's as he hauled steel pipe etc around the Midwest. He had at that time a IH KB7 with add-on sleeper cab where the doors angle out. I thought that was the coolest truck, but he couldn't keep up with his buddy who had a gmc diesel of some sort, but they would stop pretty often for some 100 mile coffee.

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07-29-2013 19:24:04

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 Re: son of a truck drivin mother. honk honk boogedy boogedy in reply to Dave eklund, 07-29-2013 06:18:38  
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Dave, I have a friend named Roy who drives a redi-mix truck. He works in western MA and he lives in Belchertown.

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