While out driving on our nation's interstate highway system, you may have noticed that sometimes flatbed trailers will be stacked on one another to be moved around the country. These will either be a two stack or a three stack.
One might surmise that there would be very large forklifts employed to lift the trailers up onto the bottom trailer.
Certainly makes sense.
How else would they get those things on top of each other?
Whoa . . .
No forklift involved.
There is a ramp available for "decking" trailers and that is all.
We just spent 2 utterly relaxing days in a hotel while sitting on layover to pickup a load this morning.
Much to Tony's delight, we were in such a boring place that I couldn't find anything for us to do. He is usually game for my adventures, but would be just as happy with delivery pizza and an NCIS marathon.