Deborah Tucker, who has been driving trucks since April, posed outside a Pilot fuel station on Cherry Blossom Way in Georgetown on June 27. She wanted to spend more time with her trucker husband, so she went to driving school in February. “I love it. It doesn’t feel like a job.”
Deborah Tucker, who has been driving trucks since April, posed outside a Pilot fuel station on Cherry Blossom Way in Georgetown on June 27. She wanted to spend more time with her trucker husband, so she went to driving school in February. “I love it. It doesn’t feel like a job.” Sarah Pompeii spompeii@herald-leader.com
Deborah Tucker, who has been driving trucks since April, posed outside a Pilot fuel station on Cherry Blossom Way in Georgetown on June 27. She wanted to spend more time with her trucker husband, so she went to driving school in February. “I love it. It doesn’t feel like a job.” Sarah Pompeii spompeii@herald-leader.com

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