Discussion in 'The Drivers Lounge' started by Powerstroke2000, Mar 27, 2019.
Retired in 2006,had to get a part-time job to supplement the 29% they took from my pension.
Good Grief! I'm waiting for my pension cut........
You're not saying there's a ...blue vest ...in my future?
Coop Dispatch is opening a terminal in Breezewood next month. Their looking for part time drivers....
Never used a smudge pot, but seen'em in use. Climbed Mont Eagle from a two lane road one night, just off 24. Even ran Fancy Gap, on 52 in the dark, going North, loaded.
A lot of guys think I-77 is Fancy Gap, did you ever see the Hennis Freight Lines trucks at the bottom of the (Hennis Hole?)
BTW, You must be old as kerosene!
In our younger days, Wong and I pulled wagons over, The Gap, with a 6 team of horses....
The good ol’ days. The horses could duck under tunnels and poop wasn’t too difficult to pick up on boardwalks...
It was tough though when we had to chain up. The horses didn’t like it..
Is that why Wong had me buy tacks and a hammer?? Those poor horses...
Only time you two clowns ever seen a horse was at Big Dave's ( Show and Tell Jamboree)
Thought they used Gorilla glue on the Ponderosa.
No! No!...........To the ...HOOVES!...the HOOVES!
I retired 2/2/2018. I'm on here more now than since I joined.
I retired my City P&D Position march 5th Of this Year. The same day i started my new Full time Job as a City Transit Bus driver for Valley Transit in the City of Appleton Wi. Its a Great alternative to Peddling Freight and its One of The Last Teamster Jobs available from the city with a Pension and Free Health care. Hopefully i can do it for 5 years before i retire from Driving for good.
Kerosene was invented a day or two before my time. It was clear back then.