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Wednesday, June 9, 2010

COULD YOU DO IT

SORRY ABOUT MY LACK OF POSTS BEEN TRYING TO FIND A NEW JOB. BUT HERES A GOOD ONE .... AS A TRUCK DRIVER I'M SOMETIMES FORCED TO EAT ON THE CHEAP. I CARRY 7-10 DAYS OF FOOD IN MY TRUCK 10-14 IN THE WINTER. I DON'T LIKE TO EAT OUT OF THE TRUCK MUCH 1-2 TIMES A WEEK . MY TRUCK IS PRETTY SMALL 58 IN SLEEPER WITH SEATING UP FRONT ITS ABOUT 6 FT X 7 FT STUFFED WITH STORAGE . I EAT SLEEP AND WHEN NO TRUCK STOP IS AROUND WASH UP IN MY TRUCK. IT'S MY HOME ,OFFICE, AND WORKPLACE ALL WRAPED IN A METAL SHELL WITH LARGE GLASS WINDOWS . MY WINDOWS TO THE WORLD BY THE WAY . I COOK IN A MAX BURTON LUNCH BOX OVEN (PHOTO 1) TO NITE IT'S SWEET AND SOUR CHICKEN WITH VEGGIES (BY LA CHOY) . THE OVEN IS 12 VOLT AS IS MY COFFEE POT I ALSO HAVE A BUTANE STOVE ( WORKS GREAT IN WINTER OTHER WISE HEATS UP INSIDE OF TRUCK) I CARRY TWO THERMOS'S ALL THE TIME ( I LOVE COFFEE) . THE OVEN I WOULD SUGGEST EVERY ONE GETS ONE . I HAVE MADE ROLLS IN MINE . I USE SMALL LOAF PANS TO KEEP IT CLEAN MINE IS 5 YRS OLD AND WORKS PERFECT HEATS TO 350" . MY POINT IS YOU CAN SURVIVE ANY WERE IF YOU PLAN A HEAD NOW . I TOOK SOME PHOTOS OF THE INSIDE OF MY TRUCK....... SO BE READY BE SMART.....













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2 comments:

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Not quite the same, but one month in Houston, Tx. I had no place to sleep/live save my Chevy S-10. Thank goodness for prepping [stove, fuel, etc.] and having a camper shell on the thing! HA!

Roll on, m'Man-- OTR drivers are the vascular stystem of this nation...

Slainte!

Cygnus

YeOldFurt said...

That is just WAAAAY cool.
YeOldFurt

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