I know how you feel, I drove over the road on and off for over 35
years, The last sent was for 10 straight years with a well known
company that has big green tractor's and a green strip down the
side of the trailer.
When driving down the road I point out to the DW the fuel stops
and different places I use to spend the night. Often I fuel at the
same truck stops I did when I was working, the DW just rolls her
eyes and puts up with me.
I can no longer drive for a living do to heath reasons but I sure
miss it, I believe I can truly sleep better in that truck bunk than
I can at home. I was a team driver off and on and there is nothing
like the hum of those tires going down the road to put you to
Trucking is a life stile and once you get bitten by it, it will be in
the back of your head the rest of your life.... One thing I will say
it's nothing like it was when I started back in the 60'es, back then
I started with 2 sticks and a bunk that you climbed into from the
drivers seat. Now it's like a travel trailer inside were you can
get up and walk around, have your desk, frig, microwave, cloths
storage, two bunks, tv and computer.......