Met some wonderful customer this afternoon down in Hill, NH. They were a pleasure to do business with and (I think) they really like their container. I can’t wait to make it down in that area again some day soon.
What an amazing morning to deliver containers. The snow was stuck to the tree branches creating a tunnel affect as I drove down route 302 through Crawford Notch. There were clouds and fog hanging low in the valleys making a surreal effect all around me. The drop went well as the it was 12* so my tires locked up really well and dug into the snow with much traction. As usual I gave my customer his pick of an Up North Storage Containers sweatshirt, hat, and beer coozie.
This 20′ delivery took over an hour to get it exactly where the customer wanted it. I had to back in off a narrow road with stones and trees lining the crooked path into the drop spot. Once there I had to contend with another container that was in the way that I had sold the customer last year. It was a slow, a careful procedure that entailed hopping in and out of the truck over 100 times to get it into place. In the end, the customer was thrilled with the results.
I spent the day decorating this storage container on the side of Route 16 in Tamworth at the site of my business. It was a labor of love and I enjoyed every minute of it. I bought the wreath at Watson’s Farm in Fryeburg, Maine. They’re great people and have a really nice farm stand on River Road. They also sell trees, gifts, and food. Check them out!