Sorry, there’s not been much from Tachoblog today, but we’re not going to not bring you this week’s View From The Cab.
Just as Tachoblog has hoped, this feature is getting bigger each week and, as you’ll see, we have a few new members of the Tachoblog Tribe joing us – and some apologies for absence too!
Anyway, without further ado, let’s kick off with a couple from Tachoblog. The first is of a Church in Hemel Hempstead, Herts., England where the blossom is in full effect.
This is the Kodak Tower, again in Hemel Hempstead. The crane that you can see poking up over the top of the building is the one climed to get the pictures for Tachoblog And The Magic Roundabout – Again.
Rainerri1967 sent in this one when he was near Ernstein, Germany.
And then this one a few minutes later from along the E50in Sinsheim, telling Tachoblog that he left the motorway especially to photograph these ’2 old ladies’ just for us.
LorryDay was in Wales…
…where he then found this ‘blinged up boat’.
Now we welcome Miamacy67217 to the Tachoblog Tribe, she was on I 25 north of Al u.
TheNose100 was southbound on I-280 in Toledo, OH, Looking at the Libby / Corning Glass Plant. (home of M*A*S*H’s Fictional Charater Maxwell Klinger).
Unfortunately, Goldie later felt a bit unwell so later on had to wait at their yard for the doctor (mechanic) - Hope you’re ok again now Goldie.
McNabbTransport – Heydriver’s brother no less – sent in this picture of the memorial outside the pentagon in Washington DC. Tachoblog says welcome to the Tachoblog Tribe!
DriverGeoff was parked near Portland, Oregan (home of the Dandy Warhols, don’t ya know!).
Emailokc was ‘empty and back at pilot on I20 time for some breakfast and a nap unless I get a load’.
Next a welcome to the Tachoblog Tribe to Amishtrucker who’s ‘enjoying the Texas wildflowers while driving along SR 71 in Texas.’
Another welcome to the Tribe to TruckerSue who waded in 2′ of water to hook up to my empty trailer!!
And then spotted this Amish horse & buggy in Pennsylvania.
Finally, The Great Canadian Pumpkin sent in this shot. Although, as you’ll read, it isn’t from today, it does carry a safety message. Over to you GCP…
‘After switching trucks for a new department in my company, I realised that I forgot my camera, so here is another one taken earlier this year. This is 15 miles north of Minot, ND on US 52. Lesson learned: Windshield + Pheasant + 65 mp/h = Interesting View From The Cab ’
And if you want to know what the Canadian Pumpkin looks like, here it is in a great shot that GCR also sent in.
Tachoblog’s thanks to you all for making this week’s View From The Cab such a good one. Enjoy the bank holiday and see you all again next week.