Time, once again, to take a View From The Cab and look at the world through the windscreens of the Tachoblog Tribe who have kindly sent in their Views to Tachoblog.

For the second time in as many weeks we’re having to bring you this post a day early.  Last week it was thanks to Easter, this week there’s a rather well publicised wedding taking place in London tomorrow – and thanks to the happy couple, the UK will be enjoying an additional days holiday.

In this week’s post we’ll be jumping around the world and seeing what could be seen in America, Sweden, Germany and New Zealand.  So let’s get started.

Al_Goodhall was just south of the border (between Canada and America) and remarks that ‘you can still get your feet wet on I 29′…

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…Here he’s ‘just pulling away from the US border post at Pembina North Dakota – Nothing but road and water’.  Being curious, Tachoblog asked him how deep the water was.  Al said, “It reaches the top of fence lines so I’m guessing at least 4 feet.  Much deeper in basins & ditches.  The land is so flat the water spreads out 4 miles. It makes for a very surreal drive.”

As you can see from his Views he’s not wrong!

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Now click below for the rest if this week’s Views…

In Sweden, Bergmanman was ‘awaiting loading in Mockfjärd to port of Orrskär. Nice weather, summer is soon here’.

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Back in America, Amishtrucker was ‘traveling IH37 northbound from Corpus Christi at the exit for US77 going south’.

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From Germany, Rainerri1967 sent us two Views.  The first from Worms on the A61 where there was 4km of traffic.  Tachoblog hopes that nobody was badly injured…

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…His second View is from Wesel where it is ‘nice and bright over the Rhein’.

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LakewoodLoon was ‘waiting to get on scale to load some fructose in Cleveland, Ohio’…

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…Where he is ‘forced to do the safety dance at work’.

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Finally for this week we travel to New Zealand to catch up with Vic H.  He’s had ‘a trip to Hastings (that is Hastings in Hawke’s Bay, NZ, not Hastings in England) the other morning to collect a load of grape juice so here’s another sunrise photo I’m afraid [Vic, when the sunrise is as beautiful as that, we don't mind how many you send in!] taken near Tirau on the way south’…

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…’State Highway 1 then goes through the Kinleith pine forest where there was a bit of early morning mist around at first’…

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…’But this soon cleared’…

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…’And by the time I got close to Hastings it was becoming another beautiful Hawke’s Bay day’.

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And that’s all from Tachoblog for this week.  Thanks to yet another bank holiday here in the UK next Monday, we won’t be with you again until Tuesday.

Our thanks to the Tachoblog Tribe for sending us their Views and our usual reminderthat if you’d like to join the Tachoblog Tribe and View From The Cab, then you’re more than 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.   Please remember include a line or two of text that says, if nothing else, where the picture (or video!) was taken.