All the way back up the road I kept thinking about my trophy.
When I got to the company cook out that evening with all the Dodge boys there, I pulled up right in front of the shop door.
Then I jumped out and set the trophy on the hood.
Walked inside and announced "Look and old Ford can go to a truck show and bring home a trophy even if the grill is out, the dash and a lot of the interior is out and it has a rust hole in the fender."
The non Dodge drivers, both Ford and a couple Chevies just busted out laughing.
The Dodge owners just turned red and got funny looking grins.
The Dodge owners are car show people.
Then one looks at the trophy and says " But it was for longest distance"
I just said " It's still a trophy" and everyone had a good laugh again.
That was worth the fuel I burnt getting down there and back alone.
Just thought I would let you know, I was still having fun because of the show 4 hours after I left.
I had a blast.
The cooking women were great.
I enjoyed talking everyone I met.
I had so much fun there, I just couldn't stop after I left.
Last edited by Dave Sponaugle; 09-16-2007 at 05:28 PM.
If they did i havent heard yet. It does seem kinda odd especially when our wharehouse caught on fire twice that night and on different ends. Hey by the way is your rig the maroon one with the black fenders?
not anymore -- i changed companies -- now i drive a black kenworth for M & J garage out of weston -- i still haul into saltwell some but have been hauling to longview power plant alot -- central got all the concrete on that and it's gonna be a 4 year job $$$$ -- steady work for the winter i hope