Cleveland, Texas

Howdy and welcome to Cleveland, Texas! We did alot of backroad driving today through Oklahoma and parts of Texas with a nice fast run near downtown Dallas. Good sunset yesterday in Checotah, Oklahoma, but no sunset here tonight with the rain! We will make our delivery tomorrow morning then already have our next trip lined up! Get ready to roll another 1100 miles:)

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  1. Andrew B - April 18, 2017 at 9:56 pm Reply

    The only real truckstop you could stay at around Spring is the Flying J just before Richey RD though I don’t recommend staying there especially after dark. I went over there to meet a bunch of folks over at the Denny’s and was nearly panhandled by some guy who thought it was a good idea to get a free ride in my truck.. I said I don’t give free rides in my truck and he got the picture real fast.

    Sorry it was wet here. You were lucky, this time last year we had a massive flood event overhere where we got about twenty inches of rain in a few hours. It was raining so hard that it put a split in our ceiling in our kitchen. The lightning was something out of Thor’s greatest hits and the rain turned our street into a small creek.

  2. Paxton - April 18, 2017 at 11:40 pm Reply

    What does sleeping upside down mean when you say that Steve? It reminds me of bats. Don’t get me wrong, I love bats. They roost in between the logs of my home and keep the mosquitoes and other bugs away! And they are endangered. So when you say sleeping upside down I wonder what that is. 😎

    • BigRigSteve - April 19, 2017 at 9:41 am Reply

      Lol. Sometimes the parking lots are at an angle or slope. Depending on which way I’m facing or parking, the truck will lean where my head in my sleeper bunk will be lower than my feet. I hate sleeping at that type of angle. Sometimes I can face the truck differently but othertimes not. So….that’s what sleeping upside down means in my case! 🙂

  3. GM from PA - April 19, 2017 at 11:35 am Reply

    Why not just switch positions. Put your pillow on the other end of the bunk & problem solved:) Of course now I’d prefer the angle you first mentioned though. I always find it more relaxing to elevate my legs at the end of the day 😐

  4. Corwin B. - April 20, 2017 at 11:04 am Reply

    It looks like Steve will be travelling through Texarkana, AR but a few days ago I saw this SRT big rig from there parked at my local Walmart unloading area. Steve passed one of their trucks going into Houston.
    The R stands for refrigerated.

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