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Eating lunch.

Lunch buffet.

Break finished, ate lunch, ready to go again.


Loaded next load here.


Stopped to eat.

Eating lunch after picking next load up at Portland, Maine on my way to deliver to Nazareth, Pennsylvania.

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1981 Genuine Hope Is Back

English: Bluebells in Cobham Frith, near Marlb...

English: Bluebells in Cobham Frith, near Marlborough (3) I hope these are genuine native bluebells (Hyacinthoides non-scripta). I suspect they are. Apparently there are problems to do with Spanish and hybrid bluebells. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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