What do you take with you on the road to remind you of home?

BEN SALAZAR
Las Cruces, N.M.
MEI

“I take small pictures of my children and my granddaughter. Sometimes I take my laptop so I can send and receive e-mails.”


ROBERT BELT
Greeneville, Tenn.
Schneider

“Pictures of my girlfriend.”


HENRY STELMAN
Schenectady, N.Y.
CR England

“Pictures of my 16-year-old daughter, Nicole.”


SHANAN HOGAN
Asheboro, N.C.
Discount Box and Pallet

“I take pictures of my friends and family.”


RAY TODIAS
Columbus, Ohio
Independent

“My phone. Every time I hang it up, it rings again.”


DAVID CASEY
Kilgore, Texas
Skeeter

“I take pictures of my wife and my children.”


DAVID SANDERS
Chico, Texas
Crete

“I take my son David’s school picture.”


DONNIE ENLOE
Cleveland, Texas
Enterprise Transportation

“I take pictures of my daughters, Lacey and Karrie.”


JERRY HENRY
Benson, Ariz.
Landstar

“I take frozen food my wife sends with me. When I am on the road and I heat up a bowl of homemade vegetable soup, it brings me back home.”


LEWIS JAMES
Monroe, La.
Smithway Motor Express

“I take pictures of me and my friends having fun back home.”


JOE MEDINA
Houston
Superior

“My telephone, so I can call home everyday.”


GREGG PERRY
Cleveland, Ohio
Bekins

“I take pictures of my girlfriend and my dog, Midnight.”


ROBERT CHEATUM
Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Wiley Sanders

“My mind. It makes me think of home.”


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