Oh boy. Mixed feelings

Good evening to the Road Crew.  I just now had a chance to sit down and make a blog post.  Tonight I cooked 12 pork chops , 6 big steaks, 4 pounds of ground beef,  and other great grocery items, all vacuum sealed and ready for the freezer.

I tried twice to make the debut of the bigrigtravels road crew Radio show but both times it was less than stellar lol. I will get back to work on it next week.  I figured I tried two different days and if I kept trying I would not have any free time for my days off. Since so many people wanted to see the results anyway,  I have embedded it here. Something for you guys to try is I did manage to get the road crew Radio show to automatically caption.  You can adjust your settings and you will see the ability to turn caption on or off.  I’m not giving up, just I do need to solve an issue or two. Sometimes things can’t be tested in a real world setting until actually doing it live!

We have our next trip lined up and will post it shortly…

9 thoughts on “Oh boy. Mixed feelings

  1. All that food prep is a lot of work, but so worth it in the end for you. Loved the radio show, thought it went really well until time to take phone calls. You have so much information and good advice; it’s a great platform to use to share all that with us. It’s a work in progress, and those kinks will all get worked out. Hope you enjoyed your time off and checked some things off your ‘to do’ list. Looking forward to the next trip. Safe travels always Steve!

  2. For a 1st attempt at broadcasting it went really well and I enjoyed seeing and listening to you talk.. you had a few problems but I believe you will overcome them and the next broadcasts will be spot on. Thank you for putting in the effort to bring us this new feature.

  3. I missed the original broadcast and was hoping you would post the event … and here it is!
    Thanks for making this available for those who missed it the first time around or for who may want to watch again.
    Nice you have a “TK” there to come home to when taking time off.

  4. Yep, it’s got bugs no doubt. You have a good team of knuckleheads who’ll solve it for you 😉 The first part was really some sound advice because life out on the road is tough on you physically and mentally. You’ve also said how expensive it can get doing what you do and believe me, if I ever chose trucking as a career, I’d try to save as much money as I could because showers aren’t free nor is parking in certain states.

    Good luck with the next episode.. Be looking forward to it.

  5. I thought for a 1st time u did great. Lots of good information. I am to old to become a truck driver but for any of my family i can pass on this info if they decide to take it up. I always wished my hubby would have driven but was not his thing. Guess he heard enough from his dad but his dad drove back in the 50s. Big difference. Nice u can cook up some goodies but do u also eat veggies? Do u reheat when u eat it and if u do what do u have for doing this. Had a truck driver who rented an apartment next door but i never got to talk to him, thus i could not ask him questions. We waved to each other. Safe trucking Steve

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