____Day 2: From Fargo's Northstar Truck Wash to the Flying'J at Salina, Kansas. A load of peat moss for a Texan mushroom grower, along the familiar route of Interstate 29 and Highway 81 with the usual coffee-stops at Vermillion, Norfolk and York.
|The soya and maize harvest brings out all the old work-horses like this Peterbilt 362.|
|New piggy-backed Cascadias, sporting factory fitted moose bars.|
|The fields of bare mud left by the receding Missouri River after months of flooding.|
____Day 6: At the splitting of Interstates 80 and 29, near Omaha, the GPS mileage figure to the next junction was 614 miles; ten miles from home. Of course, "She-who-must-be-obeyed" wasn't quiet for all that distance; as I pulled off at Watertown for the night and at Fargo for fuel in the morning. Back in the yard at two in the afternoon.
____Overall Distance: 4884 km.
|Class 8 Peterbilt Motorhome Conversion, spotted at York, Nebraska.|
I want one!