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Eastbounders: Two Women Trucking Through the Barriers

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In Michigan there were two teachers who wanted to travel the United States. They went to Los Angeles to truck driving school in 1973, found a job driving a semi-truck to Philadelphia. They soon realized they didn't have enough skills and training to do this feat. This is a hilarious story of their difficulties, struggles, and SUCCESS.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published June 1st 2011 by Createspace
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Jill Shearer
This is a very different book about trucking. It envolves two teachers in Michigan in 1973, who quit teaching and went to semi-truck driving school. They wanted to travel the US and felt the best way to do that would be to drive a cross-country truck.
Their trials and troubles of dealing with a huge truck became a humorous story. At times they were scared,
happy, fearfull and in many uncontrolled laughters.
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