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I've actually seen them 'movin' on the highway... the big rig line-up.
Great shot, Lois. I've never seen anything like this, either...can't imagine it would even be legal!
Wow, this looks like a train! I think more than one wouldn't be allowed here.
the ultimate piggy back.. and i bet all that is really heavy to haul...i love old houses. we have 2 historical villages here, they have over the years moved old building there to preserve them and are open free to the public. it is like stepping back in time. my grandmother lived in a cracker house much like my photo today here where we live.
Now that's a real piggyback.
Very interesting, Lois. I've never seen anything like this myself. Thanks for stopping by Portland Oregon Daily Photo--glad you enjoyed the crow's shopping trip!
I've seen one being pulling like that but, never that many.
i've seen that a couple of times. it's always a bit disconcerting when you're driving the interstate near them - like they'd uncouple and roll off into traffic. :)
Never seen anything like this either, Lois!! What a great capture! Piggyback indeed!! Hope you have a lovely weekend!!
Hmmm. Looks dangerous to me, but I'm not a fan of double haulers either. :)
I haven't seen that done here before.
That's quite strange and seems a bit dangerous...
I wonder if it is legal!
I've seen one being carried like that but never three.
Oh wow, now that's quite the sight!
That is quite a line-up of trucks.
I like the piggyback idea but to me they looked like they were playing Leap the Frog. I've never seen them like that!
very cool photo!
Great shot, they look fun :)
That is a special train! :)
I've never seen anything like this either. I wonder how they stay together?
That is some serious "wheel-estate".
I've seen this before, but never four. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Gosh that's quite a sight Lois, there's a lot of weight being hauled there!
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