Tuesday, December 8, 2009

12/07/09, On I-44 West in Missouri

The load from Chicago to Los Angeles was ready about 2330 last nigh, long before one to Chicago from Milwaukee WI. I checked on the Milwaukee load at about 0001, and they told me it would be about another hour or so, possibly longer.

They finally called us at 0045 and said the load to Chicago was ready. I got up, cleaned up, went to the office for our paperwork, and hooked and inspected the loaded trailer. We were off and running, towards Chicago down I-94, at about 0115.

We got to Chicago at 0235, dropped the trailer and picked up the LAX load. We were out of there by about 0300 and headed south on I-55. About 70 miles south of Chicago, the snow started, and the roads got pretty bad for about 100 miles or so. We finally ran out of the bad weather just north of Springfield.

We stopped in Alorton IL this morning and fueled. We chose that stop because someone in the area had purchased, on conservabid.com, 10 of Tina's Scream-n-Fling Dolls, and we had made arrangements with the buyer to pick them up there.

We are now headed west out of Saint Louis MO and are about 70 miles west of the city on I-44 West.

Hey, don't forget Tina's Scream-n-Fling Dolls. Just in time for Christmas. They are available now at Conservabid.com at the bargain price of $6.95 as an introductory offer and that even includes shipping to the continental United States of America. Check out the video.

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