Maybe someone in corporate will read this I hope. Just a few thoughts I would like to bounce off you guys and gals.... The weather here has been terribly, awful. Its not like we learn this On area, we knew it for days. Does not UPS powers that rule, have a plan? It has sucked for weeks, the roads are still covered, packed, and barely driveable in some areas. Most of us could not get done today, and that was known when we left the building at 10am. I thought, if I was in charge, a plan would be made by 5pm. Something like, go through the load, get out the air, the medicine, anything you deem important and however many you can do in the time before you need to get the air in, or air meets set. Especially when some drivers said, I will be out til 10pm............... So whats a driver to do. After many years I am befuddled. Do I attack one section, do I pick out the stuff that is important? If I do the latter, and they decide I need to stay out, then I have more area to cover. To go back and basically do a redo. Instead they send some new guy out with meets at 330, to give me work I cant go back to, and all priority. Why dont they just have the new guy deliver it? Why dont they tell us the plan so we can implement it and get to the important stops? While I know they are all important, on a day like today or last week or tomorrow, why dont we have a plan in place, WHEN EVERYONE KNOWS SOMETHINGS GOING TO GET MISSED, instead of telling us at 7pm to come in, when its going to take me a good 40 to get there, and the air trailer is pulling at 730? If we are a service company, as I last thought we were, how about giving us the chance to service what is important. We are the experts, we do care, and we do know the difference between grandmas medicine and a basic that can wait. Sorry for the rant, im just confused. What a way to run a railroad.