Ran out of my 14

Howdy from soggy Mount Sterling, Kentucky! We live unloaded our delivery and was in and out in 30 minutes or so. Then we dragged that trailer to another building then dropped it in exchange for a preloaded trailer we are using for the next trip which is now posted. Lots of heavy dense fog this morning as we started out in Pennsylvania and lots of rain and traffic delays as we rolled through Ohio, but we finally made it.
Hey look! I’m not the only red nosed road crew member anymore! We have 5 now, er, make that six if you count the hamster! See ya in the morning as we start this next trip. It will be delivered Friday night. BTW, fantastic job on the donations thus far! 🙂 I Thank You!

6 thoughts on “Ran out of my 14

  1. Here is a route suggestion. Maybe take US 220/ I-99 into Pennsylvania and Bedford. That will likely cut a few hours from your next trip since you have to go over mountains anyway.

    1. actually, the route point was supposed to be cumberland, MD but hamster drew it for cumberland, PA! Big difference lol It is now corrected

  2. Yeah.. There’s a big difference between Cumberland Maryland and Cumberland PA even though both are in hilly areas and one is in a valley of sorts and is the start of one of the most famous stretches of railroad on the B&O and C&O.. Sandpatch grade between Cumberland Maryland and Pittsburgh PA while the other is a small town in the PA hills.

  3. elyria ohio, pronounced E – lir- ee – yah
    lived there is a nice place to live

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