Yes, we know Tachoblog’s been quiet this week.  It’s not our fault – honest – the ‘real’ job has kept getting in the way!

But never fear, we do have this week’s View From The Cab for you and this one’s an all American affair too!

We start this week’s collection with Darkstaff – it was his birthday yesterday don’t you know, so belated Birthday Wishes from Tachoblog to him – his first View is ‘from I-94 in Minnesota headed to Fargo, North Dakota. This is all blowing snow. Technically, the sun is out’…

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…His second View is ‘after the band of lake effect snow went through Northern Indiana’…

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Now click below for one more from Darkstaff and the rest of this week’s Views…

…Darkstaff’s final picture is of ‘a much different view for me, (no snow!) rollin’ across I-10 in Mississippi’.

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Now we catch up with Amishtrucker who was ‘driving through downtown Freeport, Texas the other day. On the gulf coast and home to several refineries’…

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…’Coming across on TX111 the other day, this is near Edna, I noticed the grass is getting green already.   I don’t want to mention names but thought you snow people might need a sign hope that spring does follow winter’…

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…Here he is ‘crossing Lake Texana near Edna, Texas. Beautiful area’…

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…And finally he’s ‘on I10 where construction is bringing the Austin bypass toll road TX130 onto I10. Note the bridge beams’.

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Lastly for this week we join TheNose100 who was ‘heading into Silver Creek, New York.  He’s seen ‘an ATV / Snowplough going down the road’.

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And that’s all your Views for this week.  As always, Tachoblog’s thanks to the Tachoblog Tribe for sending in their Views.  Don’t forget that if you’d like to join in next time then you’ll be most welcome.  All you have to do is email your Views to vftc@tachoblog.com or send a tweet starting #vftc to @tachoblog, or post them on Tachoblog’s Facebook Wall. Don’t forget to include a line or two of text that says, if nothing else, where the picture was taken.

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