Discussion in 'YRC Freight' started by wongway, Aug 13, 2017.
My friends would gather around me cuz my hat would deflect the arrows..
Quit stealing candy from 7-11s....
Bat Masterson? Starring Gene Barry.
Ya. Bat Masterson. I used to pretend.
Ahh. Fond memories.
Been there, done that, most time in 16in of snow, when I lived in Miami.
Boy, yall are old timers, I can barely remember Tom Mix and Sky King
Oh, those Indians? used to be, he who laughs last, laughs best, now he who laughs last, just slow catching on, like me!
When I was in school in the seventies 16 year old kids drove the buses and they did a good job
Double Deja Vu, first time driving from San Diego to Palm Springs in a tractor and trailer, on the downgrade of 74, "Palms to Pines Hwy," had a flashback of Sky and Clipper trying to rescue an overloaded, runaway truck.
First year out of High School, I dated a 'cougar bus driver.
Forgot to say the Indians I am speaking of rode horses,and were not driving BMW's....
Last Stand Hill, Montana
They buried em where they found em. Many others were scattered in twos or threes over a three mile area.
Hmm Jimmy you seem to be a tad bit late with that delivery you have for them
What was the shipment? Arrow deflectors?
I delivered to Crow Agency, dead of winter in the late 70's. I was deeply struck by the difficult living conditions of those on that reservation.
Them pine boxes he hauls........................
If my mom would not let me watch Sky King, I became an instant problem child. Not to say I was one already. von.
I use to deliver big equipment recapped tires to the big coal mine on the Hoppi Indiana Reservation in Northern Arizona. And right next door the Navajo Tribe Reservation. Late 1970's and there were very few homes of any value. Living conditions on both reservations were very poor. The mine was one of the few employers that paid well for the Hopi. Beautiful country to truck in. If you went a little North to Page Arizona, it was a whole different world. von.