Before we kick this clunker into gear, let's start slowly with trucker news and a sign of the nation slouching toward election season.
THE FREEDOM CONVOY ARRIVES IN KANSAS CITY TODAY!!!
I don't know exactly what that means . . . Longer lines to get meth?
Typically, the only people excited about truck stop news are runaways and waitresses. Aaaaaaaand as the world copes with news of war and the threat of nuclear annihilation, the tyranny of Canada might have to take a backseat to global hateration directed against Vlad & the Russkies.
Nevertheless . . .
Here's a bit of mainstream news instruction . . .
According to the Facebook group Kansas Truckers for Freedom Convoy, the truckers left a truck stop Thursday afternoon in Aurora, Colorado, taking Interstate 70 across Kansas, and will be stopping for the night in Salina before heading into Kansas City.
The convoy is expected to leave Salina at around 9 a.m. CT and “slow roll” through Junction City and Topeka for trucks to stop and collect donations.
After passing through Topeka, the convoy will take I-70 to I-435 South around Kansas City at noon before joining I-70 again and heading for Oak Grove at around 1 p.m. where they plan to stop at the Petro Travel Center.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A convoy of truckers, similar to the one seen north of the border in Canada, called "The People's Convoy or Freedom Convoy" will be in the Kansas City area on Friday.
UPDATE . . . It was three trucks. Which is bigger than anything this blog could put together. So we're still impressed.
You decide . . .