Dating site for truckers
"I remember passing another truck pulled to the shoulder on my way up, nothing out of the ordinary.However, as I was heading down the mountain (which can be scary as shit in an 18-wheeler, trust me) I saw the same truck I passed earlier FLY by me in the left hand lane.
He was pulling a load (could tell because the trailer was sealed) and if you know anything about trucks you know there's only so much braking you're supposed to do before they overheat and, worst case, catch fire.
Needless to say, I didn't stop for the rest of my shift.""Was driving north through the mountains of Colorado towards Pueblo, and it was my first time dealing with anything like the Rocky Mountains so I was taking it nice and slow with my hazards on and in the right lane.
This was in the spring, and there wasn't much snow on the ground aside from a light dusting.
While he was getting some shut eye inside his truck, he heard a faint sound of a barking dog that seemed to get louder and louder as time went by.
Eventually the nasty barking sound was coming from right outside his driver side door.