Monday, July 11, 2016

Moving Day


13 comments:

Linda said...

That is a nice looking truck! :)

William Kendall said...

Quite a big one!

Taken For Granted said...

Like the compliment of green grass and green truck. Are these people moving in or out?
Thanks for your comment on my Corn Palace photo. Yes, the murals are made of corn plants and corn kernels. Corn comes in many different colors, so that is how they can do a picture. I like the Willy Nelson and Elvis panels. These murals are changed annually, so it doesn't matter if the birds nibble on the corn.

Kay said...

It's amazing how much can be fit into a truck that size when the movers know what they're doing. Our entire house took up less than half such a truck and on its way from California to Washington it picked up and dropped off at least two other loads.

magiceye said...

Love the greenery!!

Kate said...

The thought of moving makes me very, very tired.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

I hope you are not the one moving!

Janis
GDP

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Uma bela fotografia deste gigante das estradas.
Um abra├žo e boa semana.
Andarilhar

PerthDailyPhoto said...

The Mayflower! That's quite a name to live up to Lowell :)

Sharon Anck said...

Where I'm living now, you don't see many of these big trucks when people move in or out. It's usually the small ones. But, a neighbor of mine recently moved out of state and she had to use one of these big guys. It was actually very interesting watching that truck drive maneuver that truck into the narrow space allowed for the moving trucks.

RedPat said...

At least when you hire these guys they usually pack for you too!

Halcyon said...

I've experienced those trucks a number of times!

bill burke said...

Moving is a lot of work. When we moved here to Ireland, we had four suitcases and that was it. Got rid a lots of stuff when we left Alaska, then Oregon and finally Maine.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson