Monthly Archives: July 2011

Tis the season…

Tis the season.  No it ain’t Christmas, but for a certain breed of maritimer it must seem like it.  Tis the season when people lug their garbage out onto the lawn and driveway to try and sell it.  The whole … Continue reading

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Heroes!

This week my father will be celebrating his 64th birthday.  Wow!  One more year until retirement.  Dad is one of the few people that I know who belongs in the hero catagory, if there’s such thing.  He’s mine. Whenever I … Continue reading

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Dentists and the crabs…

I should’ve been a dentist.  I went to see mine this week.  He made more money working on my mouth for fifteen minutes than I’d make all day.  Of course, it was my mouth. At first I thought he was … Continue reading

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Dummies!

As I travelled back and forth between NS and NB hauling the same load over and over to the same destination, I began to feel like I was trapped in a trucker’s version of the movie “Groundhog day.”  Or a … Continue reading

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Jason’s road trip!

Home again! This week I was trucking from Folly Lake in Nova Scotia to Cape Spear in South-Eastern New Brunswick. I was hauling armour stone to repair erosion damage to a road in that area. I’ve learned that rocks are … Continue reading

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