MY FIRST GUEST FROM KOREA IS, ---
Jelome has one of the most extensive truck web sites in Korea. If you go there you may have to install a Korean language program to bring up the proper display. I personally communicate with him using an electronic translator. (Free from the internet) Sometimes things are lost in the translation, but you can get the jist of it. It makes things more interesting, and there is never a boring moment. To view a series of truck & bus photos from Korea, Japan and China, you will find them in this, Jelome's section.
The docks are a busy place 24 hours a day. Ships coming in for unloading, and then reloading, keeps Jelome hopping. He gets to put in some pretty long days, picking up and transporting different types of containers.
TRUCKING IN THE BIG CITY IS NOT ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL
RANDOM PHOTOS FROM IN AND AROUND TOWN
There are times that you have to take two containers together for loading or unloading. If being paid by the box, you take two and make the trip more profitable. They are loaded back to back. You have to be pretty good to be able to spot the front box at the loading dock. It is not an easy maneuver, but to Jalome, it's no problem.
DO YOU THINK THAT THIS YARD HOLDS ENOUGH CONTAINERS TO KEEP A DRIVER BUSY?
한국i은 너의 언어를 이해하지 않는다. 나는 나가
Jelome은 그의 공 모자에 그의것에 나의 이름을, 나눠서 나를 명예를 줬다
Jelome on RIGHT in centre photo, poses with a Japanese trucker, delivering in Korea.
----------- William (Diesel Gypsy) Weatherstone