This is my first chance to sit down after the Illinois blizzard and I have a few thoughts I'd like to vent. 1. Why is it that you can be plowing in a big yellow 1 ton, big yelow plow, rotating light in the evening and some jerk will always pull in behind you when you're backing up. Then he comments "I didn't see you"? 2. Why when you drive down the road in the afore mentioned truck pulling a skidloader on less than safe roads does every jerk have to pull out in front of you 50 yards before you get to them and then sit there in their SUV and spin while you contemplate how hard your going to slam into them? 3. Make sure that when you go to stick your head out the window to see the edge of your plow next to obstacles that the window is all the way down. Halfway realy hurts. Did this twice Tues. AM too much time in the truck and left a funny bruise. 4. Pulled into a fast food joint at noon. Some guy in a railroad maint. truck trying to figure out whether to back up or just park. I waited with my usual patience and then parked. We both got out of our trucks at the same time and this guty is huge, and I'm not. I joked that we were dancing in the parking lot and he proceeds to give me 2 more jobs worth around $75 a piece. Some things aren't all bad. 5. The given is that in the middle of this you have to blow at least 1 plow lineand stick at least one piece of machinery. And remember, all that glitters is not gold, especially when its stuck in your tire!