THE COQUIHALLA: B.C.'s INSULT TO ROAD BUILDING by Ted Campbell

THE COQUIHALLA: B.C.'s INSULT TO ROAD BUILDING

byTed Campbell

Kobo ebook | September 24, 2012

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The Coquihalla Pass and the Trans Canada Highway from Hope B.C. to the Alberta border are a fifty year insult to the taxpayers of B.C. and Canada. Even worse it recklessly endangers the lives of drivers who leave their homes and families to deliver the goods we produce. Ted Campbell worked as a construction dump truck driver on the Field Hill and Rogers Pass and the Blueberry Paulson Pass during the 1950's. He became a long-haul driver and ended up with 14 over-the-road rigs carrying every cargo from beer to coin-grade silver for the U.S. Mint. His rigs traveled every Rocky Mountain pass hundreds of times. When it comes to trucking this guy not only talks the talk he walks the walk and knows how to put on a set of tire chains. There are several stories of mountain passes in B.C., Wyoming, Colorado and Washington. This is not just another complaining rant, at the end of the book Ted offers a practical solution to a terrible waste of money and lives.

Title:THE COQUIHALLA: B.C.'s INSULT TO ROAD BUILDINGFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 24, 2012Publisher:Ann CampbellLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990005570497

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