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They call me "Sanity Challenged" on The Big Road!

I joined the United States Marine Corps in 1976. My training was in Aviation Electronics. I worked on the Grumman A6E Intruder. It's a great bird, they're still flying somewhere nearly 40 years after they were first flown! Check the Marine page for how to find some pictures of the Intruder.

I have been around computers for more years than I care to admit. If you remember the Timex Sinclair, then you have an idea. I had been around them for quite a while when it was new.

I am also a part-time programmer. I took a few years off when I went on the road. When I had time again, I decided to learn how to program these web page things. I don't update as often as many websites because I'm still a fulltime Over The Road Trucker. This site was orginally started with the Tripod Site Builder. I recommend it as a very good way to get started, all point and click. They also host the site, so you see the little add at the top of each page, but it's not as intrusive as some other sites I have seen. Since starting it, I have gone to hand coding the entire site, just like in the older days of programming. I have relied quite a bit on information and references I found on the net. I list some of the sources and references used on the links page.

I was an Electronic Technician for nearly 20 years before I decided to start driving - after the kids were grown.

I hauled packaging materials all over the country for about 4 years. It was a great way to see the country.

I hauled new construction equipment for a couple of years,too. My body is giving me grief, so I had to get back to just driving and don't get to play with the big toys any more.

Driving is interesting work. I have a "window office" and the view out my window is never the same two days in row. I work all 48 states here in the U.S., but am mostly east of St. Louis, and north of Nashville.

I live at the bottom of the Adirondack Mountains in Gloversville, New York. It is about 200 miles to New York City, which is plenty close enough for me.

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