Thursday, October 15, 2009

In Dallas/Irving TX, Headed Back to Atlanta

We made it to DFW this morning at about 0530. We had a very uneventful trip, other than rain most of the way. After we arrived, we dropped the trailer and went to bed for a much needed nap, without the truck bouncing down the road. We got up at about 1000 and went for breakfast at Cracker Barrel.

After breakfast we needed a few items from WalMart, mostly water and bread and so off we went. While at WalMart, we were both amazingly surprised at how rude and inconsiderate the folks, the other shoppers seemed to be there. We often run into rude people but not usually so many, consolidated into one area, at any given time.

Anyway, we are back at the terminal, waiting out the weather, so that hopefully I can service and wash the truck. The truck, due to the horrible weather we have encountered the last month or so, is filthy and really needs washed. I just hope I can get a chance to wash it today.

We will be leaving here at about 1100 tonight, headed back to Atlanta. We should be there early tomorrow afternoon and then see what happens from there. Actually, I'd like to come right back here, to Dallas, but we'll see what happens. We will be traveling across I-20 all the way to Atlanta.

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