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July 27, 2006

Hitching a ride?

The Interstate 75 is an interesting highway, running North to South from the Canadian border to Florida, it sees freight, tourists, local and long distance motoring and some interesting vehicles - like the set in the picture below. In a long procession of motorhomes, people towing boats, freightliner trucks and other assorted vehicles and motorcycles, we passed this set of trucks heading south. I should think the truck doing all the work would be the one to avoid buying once they have been built into whatever they will become at their destination - inless you want one that is fully run in and tested.

Express delivery? Or simply a case of the three hitching a ride and heading for the sun?

You certainly see some interesting trucks along the I 75!

Posted by The Gray Monk at July 27, 2006 12:42 PM

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I've actually seen this sort of thing several times over here in the states - though it never ceases to amuse me. :)

Posted by: Russell Newquist at July 27, 2006 07:32 PM

That is definitely amusing.

Posted by: Shawn at July 29, 2006 06:09 PM

Everytime I have seen this, I have been reminded of a slightly rude advert for an airline involving two ducks and the airline slogan, "Fly United". Oh dear, there went the tone of the blog .....

Posted by: The Gray Monk at July 30, 2006 05:57 AM