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I couldnt find my original post about a possible career change from the lumberyard biz to working for Agri King delivering their feed.  

They say a picture is world a thousand words...so I will just leave this. 

I'm up in WI almost 3 times a week.  Darlington, Albany, Monroe, Cuba City are a few of my stops.  

Don't know if any of you guys on here use any Agri King products or not.

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Hopefully you are making more money. Help wanted signs at every kind of business I see. Especially in trucking. 

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16 minutes ago, jass1660 said:

Hopefully you are making more money. Help wanted signs at every kind of business I see. Especially in trucking. 

I'm taking a insignificant hit for 6 months.  Once Feb. 2019 arrives, I will be at the same $ I am used to bringing home.  

I have been there 2 weeks now.  The hours are awesome and no weekends are a huge positive also.

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It’s a shame there’s not much around your area over east here we can’t hire enough drivers.

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Awesome! I hope this one works out better for you in the long run. I also hope you find yourself home more with family and most importantly when you are home your happy. I too took a paycut as I mentioned before. There’s no shame in cutting back just a little to save a few bucks to make even. I look at all the stuff we spend money on today and can’t help but think at least half of it could be lived without. Enjoy your new ride Redneck!

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Congrats, new career and new scenery, a pretty nice looking Kenworth, and not much of a financial impact... doesn't get much better than that. I doubt you will regret the choice.

Now about that interior design side gig...

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1 hour ago, Cattech said:

Congrats, new career and new scenery, a pretty nice looking Kenworth, and not much of a financial impact... doesn't get much better than that. I doubt you will regret the choice.

Now about that interior design side gig...

Yea, about the designing gig!😎

Congrats on the new job too!

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8 hours ago, Ihfan4life said:

Yea, about the designing gig!😎

Congrats on the new job too!

Well there are a few things in the works that I will be doing some design work on the side.

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Congrats on the new job. Hopefully it will be a good move. I must say that I will miss the pics of your old ride doing it’s thing. I bet your old contractors will miss your skills with her as well. It is nearly impossible to place a value on the better hours/more time at home. Enjoy!!

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1 hour ago, 12_Guy said:

Congrats on the new job. Hopefully it will be a good move. I must say that I will miss the pics of your old ride doing it’s thing. I bet your old contractors will miss your skills with her as well. It is nearly impossible to place a value on the better hours/more time at home. Enjoy!!

Thanks.  I will miss my old boom truck also.  Several contractors have already tested me and said how they miss me already.  That makes me feel good to know that my skill didn't go unnoticed.

I see this as a life change and so far I like it a lot.

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11 hours ago, Cattech said:

Congrats, new career and new scenery, a pretty nice looking Kenworth, and not much of a financial impact... doesn't get much better than that. I doubt you will regret the choice.

Now about that interior design side gig...

This is the back up...it has a Cummins.  The other truck, with the HD front end with floaters has a nicely tuned C11 in it.

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Congrats man. A change is sometimes a very good thing. I've made a career change in the last several months also. Good luck in the new rig!

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Congrats on the new job!! Sounds like a good choice.

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Congratulations on the new job. Bet the family likes you being around more.

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On 8/12/2018 at 7:52 PM, metamora farmall said:

Congratulations on the new job. Bet the family likes you being around more.

Yes they do and it helps out so much with coaching my daughter and her travel softball team.  

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