The driver brought his skid steer as he will wear two hats and also be the person loading the trailer. Happily the skidder is on rubber and not metal cleats. He had to cross the road with each pallet and our road supervisor would have been Not Happy to have the road all chewed up. Andy and I went out each time after he had left and scraped the mud and gravel out of the road with the barn scrapers so no one would suffer stone pecks on their car.
The first load comprised twenty-two pallets of staves - a bit over forty thousand tons.
The second load included about half the steel silo hoop sections bundled atop the pallets.
The third load included the last of the staves, the rest of the hoop parts and the skid steer. I asked the driver if he would be done after delivering this load. No, he had to go to Potter and pick up a load of apple boxes, do some maintenance on the truck and then head for New York City. Eeesh. Another hard working guy.
Speaking of hard working guys, That Andy has been picking corn. The first few days of running was great, then we got three-tenths of an inch of rain and temps hovering around freezing so now it's a cold slog through mud. He has about one more load from the first field then he moves to the next.
"I like that fella and all, but I just don't know why you're letting him take our stuff."
After corn picking he'll go back to cutting firewood. Then the barns will need to be cleaned following the end of breeding season. Then.....he can think about "tidying up" where the silos stood. Sigh.