Doing well. Yeah, the weather has been rough. A couple western Canada runs this month have put me in some lousy positions. Lots of ice. Spent some real slow days/nights driving through the North Portal area heading either over to both Calgary or Edmonton. Some extremely cold temps. DEF frozen up in many pumps in that region.No word in two weeks and wondering how the snow and weather in general are affecting your job. Seems as if no matter where you might have to go there is some lousy weather to hinder your progress. Hope everything is okay and the old tractor you are driving isn't giving you trouble.
I'm currently in upstate New York heading to Toronto tomorrow to deliver. I've been out since the beginning of January. Heading home next Friday the 11th. That's the longest that I've been out. Figured I'd try to get in as many miles as possible over the winter saving some fun time for the summer months.
Lots of miles over this past month. Last weeki got in over 4000 miles for the week. That's probably the most I've been able to get in over the 70hr clock. Southern Canada allows up to 13hrs of driving per day. I maximized that several times.
I've had six runs into Canada this month. I had thought that Canada's new rules for entry, that went into effect January 15th, were going to make the border crossings more difficult. They haven't been all that bad so far.
After tomorrow's delivery I'll have to do another reset. I'll get in another fresh clock to carry me into next week where I'll finish up.
The trucks still holding it's own and getting me safely to everywhere I've got to go.