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Trix Are For Kids

In the beginning, there was the steel wheel. Not big on traction, but definitely built for speed with a durometer ...

Laserium

Note: This story was written and published nearly two decades ago, and times obviously have changed. So have I, but ...

Ice Storm

I started driving for an environmental service company in late December, 1998. The job involved hauling hazardous waste from the ...

Affirmative Action On The San Rafael Swell

Whenever I run Interstate 70 across Utah, I try to time my transit so I can "camp out" on the ...

Salt Lake Skeeter Saga

I once dragged a double-drop flammable load from our company yard in Otay Mesa, CA, to treatment facilities in Aragonite, ...

Mohawk Mountain Madness

They rise above Interstate 8 in subtle geologic splendor, their rocks blackened by a million suns, their ridges sculpted by ...

Triple Treat ("I ain't talkin' Baskin-Robbins!!!")

One of my most memorable excursions as a paid tourist occurred over Memorial Day Weekend, 1999. The adventure began as ...

Monkey Business In Manhattan

Daunted by metropolitan gridlock, dangerous low-clearance sites and Draconian truck restrictions, experienced professional truck drivers typically groan with displeasure at ...

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