A challenge to interstate highway travelers !

Do you know what an empty 18 wheeler is hauling?  I have full color pictures of 96 tractor/trailer trucks – Averitt, Conway, Landstar, and Swift are some you will recognize.  What should I do with them?  I decided to put them into a colorful book titled “Have You Seen My Daddy’s 18 Wheeler?”.  Besides the pictures, it contains an exciting story about what a 2nd Grader knows about his dad driving that 18 wheeler and other pictures about what his daddy’s truck carries – fruits and vegetables, meat, and fish in his refrigerated trailer; bicycles, clothes, and furniture in his dry van trailer; a big red Massey Ferguson combine; how about a big red railroad car; or that empty trailer – which is hauling Sailboat Fuel :)!

I am offering to sell you the book and offer you this challenge – The next time you take that traveling vacation on the interstate, see how many of these 18 wheelers you can spot.  Even though the 96 tractors represent over 84,000 tractors and it seems there are 18 wheelers everywhere, you will be amazed how much time passes between these trucks.  But just keep the challenge going and see how you do.  You can have your children or grandchildren take the challenge each time you make a family vacation, or that business trip, or when you go to grandma’s house..

You’re asking – “Am I for real?” or am I going to jilt you? I’m for real – you may review my blogs at “Have You Seen My Daddy’s 18 Wheeler?”, or you may go to Amazon.com “Have You Seen My Daddy’s 18 Wheeler?”, or you may contact me at russkingassoc@aol.com.  Amazon is selling them for $20 but I will send them to you for a customer friendly, reduced price of only $15 plus shipping.

Thanks for reading and contact me if you want an interesting challenge.


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