Or rather, where I spend over half of each day.
Camera: 1959 Konica S
Nice-looking truck. Man, must be interesting--the trucking life.
20 May 2007 10:07am
@Jonathan: It's incredibly tedious and monotonous. Lugging a camera around helps to relieve things a bit.
but I bet you get to see a lot - do you know how to speak Japanese? - I guess you must
21 May 2007 1:36am
@Art Monkey: I always describe my Japanese ability as "adequate to my needs". I do work in a 100% Japanese-only environment, and both my children are monolingual Japanese speakers.
You must have a lot of chances to take photos of many places on your journeys.
21 May 2007 1:49am
@Stunner: Taking photos helps to alleviate the tedium of the job.
Soooooo that is where you are??? Nice blue....
21 May 2007 2:33am
@Jen: That's my "home away from home". I certainly sleep there more than I do at home, anyway. The color and length of what is behind me varies from day to day, and most usually within the same day. The blue box on the rear is an intermodal container, and the whole thing gets lifted on and off by crane or forklift at the ports.
Great to see your home away from home. So how do you end up in Japan as a truck driver? Keep your great photos coming!
7 Jun 2007 12:55pm
@Yvon: I always say I ended up a truck driver by skipping school on Career Day.
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