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Hello yall. So i thought about posting my travels as an OTR driver. And maybe answer some questions along the way!

For my current week. Started off in the St. Louis, MO area (which is where I'm from), will be in Denver, CO tonight 2/7/23. Then tomorrow i should be loading out of Denver heading to Missoula, MT. Which i should be there sometime Thursday evening to Friday morning.
 

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Never been to the states, some photos would be interesting.
 
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Tenawearer said:
Never been to the states, some photos would be interesting.
I can try that as well! I will try to do scenery and borders.
 
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That would be cool for all the Brits and Europeans in the community.
 
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Tenawearer said:
That would be cool for all the Brits and Europeans in the community.
Yes, that would be. Also not everyone in the states travel or basically see pictures/ videos through NatGeo, books, magazines, etc. I have been driving for the last 8 years as a trucker. I have learned alot about the US than what was taught in schooling as a child.
 
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Nice Caboose! My folks lives in Polson, MT which is about an hour and half to the north from Missoula. Drive safe!
 
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Tenawearer said:
Never been to the states, some photos would be interesting.
I have been to a few places in the U.S. but not over in that direction. Las Vegas Nevada is the furthest west except for Hawaii I but have been to Florida quite a bit and the Eastern states and coast. It looks like great country out that way but Colorado and Montana look like wide open spaces so driving must be a bit boring is it?
 
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jamiejamie said:
Nice Caboose! My folks lives in Polson, MT which is about an hour and half to the north from Missoula. Drive safe!
Haha thanks! And that's pretty cool except for this time of year. Even though it may be beautiful up there, not my ideal for traveling back roads in MT. I usually do try a drive safe!
 
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Angelapinks said:
I have been to a few places in the U.S. but not over in that direction. Las Vegas Nevada is the furthest west except for Hawaii I but have been to Florida quite a bit and the Eastern states and coast. It looks like great country out that way but Colorado and Montana look like wide open spaces so driving must be a bit boring is it?
It can be boring, bit at the same time peaceful and relaxing. I have been to all the lower 48 states.
 
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Here is some pictures i took today from the Kansas-Colorado border to Denver.
 

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DLtrucker85 said:
Here is some pictures i took today from the Kansas-Colorado border to Denver.
Love the photo's and it looks a bit like driving out west in Canada in our prairie provinces, except for the mountains. We don't see those until we get to the Alberta border with British Columbia. I have only driven west in summer though.
 
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Angelapinks said:
Love the photo's and it looks a bit like driving out west in Canada in our prairie provinces, except for the mountains. We don't see those until we get to the Alberta border with British Columbia. I have only driven west in summer though.
You can see the mountains in the background from the Denver picture. Once you go west of Denver, the mountains get bigger. These mountains stretch from Alberta all the way down to New Mexico, US. Somewhere about 3,000 miles or 4828.032km.
 
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DLtrucker85 said:
You can see the mountains in the background from the Denver picture. Once you go west of Denver, the mountains get bigger. These mountains stretch from Alberta all the way down to New Mexico, US. Somewhere about 3,000 miles or 4828.032km.
I drove up into the mountains in Alberta, to Banff and Lake Louise. It is wonderful country up that way and offers amazing views and photo ops. Did not get a chance to go further into B.C. due to time constraints and never had a chance to repeat the trip since.
 
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I have never been to Canada, bit from what i have seen, there are alot of photo ops up there. With the mountains andbthe lakes. Unfortunately, with driving a truck, can't always access those view points here in the states either. Plus, i usually just keep to my truck when I'm out😔.
 
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Literally my goal once my son is 18 is to drive truck otr and go diapered 24/7
 
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Diaperedlife13 said:
Literally my goal once my son is 18 is to drive truck otr and go diapered 24/7
I don't drive diapered 24/7, but when i can, i do. I I'm in a shipper/ receiver about every 2 days, then there is fueling about the same. I don't tend to wear in public unless it's really freezing outside and i can wear my bibs to cover them up.

Running OTR isn't for everyone. It comes with alot of stress and mental fatigue. Plus we aren't usually appreciated until there is a great need (like when covid came out), then soon we are forgotten about and just in everyone's way again.
 
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Late start in the day today due to several routes closed in Wyoming. Luckily the route i needed opened back up. So here are some pictures of Wyoming and me. This is I-25 going north. Also was unable to get a picture ofbthe welcome sign because I entered Wyoming last night.
 

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DLtrucker85 said:
Late start in the day today due to several routes closed in Wyoming. Luckily the route i needed opened back up. So here are some pictures of Wyoming and me. This is I-25 going north. Also was unable to get a picture ofbthe welcome sign because I entered Wyoming last night.
Great photo's, all of them. I guess that is the wide open spaces they sing about in Country & Western songs LOL
 
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I love driving across the country just finished up a 5000 mile trip at the end of jan. there is lots to see... and Thanks you DLtrucker85 for being a OTR driver we depend on you for everything I always give you guys space.
 
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