The delivery at the Winco in Woodburn, OR went according to plan, maybe a tad bit longer for the unload, but when you get paid to sit, that takes the pain out of it. Craig was happy to have driven north into cooler weather, and even a down pour of rain or two over the last couple of days. Oh, I haven't mentioned that they had to stop in Medford, OR to have two tires replaced on the trailer. I think they are on track to have something fixed or replaced on every trailer they come in contact with.
What will be a challenge is having both Roy and Craig drive their full amount of driving hours available to them. They have had the luxury of what we call "lazy trucker days" of driving over the past couple of weeks, with both of them driving about 6 or 7 hours a day. Well today, I joked to Craig that they will have to have their "big boy trucker" pants on as each will be driving their full 11 hours of drive time, and that I hoped they were up to the challenge. As Craig said, as long as he has his diet Pepsi on board, it won't be an issue, especially since he is taking the night shift tonight. Let's hope he has it on ice, he's gonna need it.