this is for the old timer's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Truck Stops' started by aztrucker11, Feb 12, 2011.

  1. mustang190

    mustang190 Road Train Member

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    USA Truckstop.
    “Where the smiles are free”
     
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  3. ButterBean556

    ButterBean556 Bobtail Member

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    I believe your right, The slot machine room was bigger than the restaurant
     
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  4. MTN Boomer

    MTN Boomer Heavy Load Member

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    Yes. And back in the old days, they pumped the gas, checked under the hood, cleaned the glass, gave you a gift. And many had stamps. Women loved those stamps.
     
  5. stranger

    stranger Road Train Member

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    I still have several books full of S&H green stamps I got at truck stops.
     
  6. wagonmaster74

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    Sure nice to not feel so old. Retired 13 years ago. Hauled Chicken from AR to the West Coast, produce back. A few diversions, but that was my main route, West of the Mississippi.

    My memories of great places are:

    Alma, AR. Can't remember the name, but I think it was branded Sinclair. Good food, where you turned north to go up 71 through the Boston Mountains.

    Atoka Truck Stop. On 69. Again, great food.

    Ted's in Moriarty, NM, Ashfork, AZ and Quartzsite,, AZ.

    Crazy Fred's in Kingman, AZ.
     
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