Wednesday, October 8, 2008

ABC Wednesday - L is for Lynette's back ... just kidding. L is for Long Load.

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Count 'em, please. Do you see five trailers attached to the tractor? That's how many I count. Long Load indeed.

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I really, really like this photo. Hope you do, too. I have to wonder, though, at the different heights of the trailers. I wonder what that's all about.

By the way, I've been sick and then recovering, so that's why I missed several ABC Wednesdays. I'm happy to be back!

10 comments:

WendyB said...

Now I want carbs.

Bear Naked said...

LONG LOAD indeed.

Bear((( )))

Katney said...

It looks like five, but I think it is only three. Oregon is one of the only states where three trailers is legal. It is a lot.

Wayne said...

And we're happy you're back.

As I always say, there is no such thing as too many truck, tractor or train pics. (I've never really said it, but I think it all the time)

I think it's 3 trailers. Even so, I'm surprised to see it. Are these a common sight on the Interstates? In Australia they are called road trains but I think they run in fairly remote areas. Good job Lynette, I'm really, really jealous.

I really like the colours too.

Powell River Books said...

I hope I never see such a long load on the freeway. I wonder how they can make a corner. I invite you to come see my Labrador Retriever named Bro. - Margy

Lily Hydrangea said...

it really is quite Long! these are great.

Neva said...

I hope you are on the mend! I should have more time to visit now that my Russian visitors are back home! Love your "L"!!!

enc said...

Call me crazy, but I see one truck, with two trailers attached.

They're cool trailers!

Kim from Hiraeth said...

Glad you're feeling better! I love the colors in these photos!

Louis la Vache said...

Good choice for "L," Lynette. "Louis" had forgotten that those triples are legal in Oregon. He knew they are legal in Utah. They can be very intimidating at speed on the highway, not to mention around town.