Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by rocket man, Sep 2, 2009.
ID want long island or queens ny.
Heavens a good pace to start... poor fedex
Enterprise, Lakeview or John Day centers in eastern Oregon. They have routes that run 300+ miles a day for 40 stops.
Ya, what Hoax said.
I'd be a porter. Best job in the building. Probably would get really gordo making the transfer.
Hawaii might not be too bad.... anyone from Hawaii on the BC?
Monaco (for the tips)
Monument Valley (for the scenery)
or any route in the countryside...anywhere.
Iceland : not down town Reikjavik, but the wild Iceland !
How cool would that be ?
If there is a place that is 60 degrees with dry air year round then there it is...
The island of Niihau in Hawaii. Probably one delivery for the whole day. Spend rest of day parked at beach and hammered on mai-tai's.
Been hanging around klein?
Location, location, location: temperature 80 degrees, 80 stops. Does anyone know centers running like that by stop count in VA?
Assuming I'd still be inside/inside I would be hard pressed to decide, Northern Cal, Santa Fe or Taos NM area, Colorado, Oregon or Washington.
How's that for confusion!
North Pole to take Santa Clause's route. 1 24 hour shift with cookie breaks at every house. Hook me up with that!
I would assume anyone who is a driver in Hawaii would have about 80% air.
I think they have smaller cars so they are still pretty full.
PS: Not nearly as good as "loose threads" but I am trying.
I would tranfer to a place that was rural, low crime rate, good schools, mild (or no) winters, low taxes, low humidity, with reasonably priced housing.
Is there such a place?
Heck that sure isnt California!
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