By CHRISTINA LaROSA
May 22, 2007
It’s easy to forget that America runs on trucks in this age of instant electronic communication. Yet everything we have, including the food, clothes and goods we buy online, has at one point traveled through the country in the back of an 18-wheeler.
The only thing that’s not delivered by trucks is babies,” said Kim Reierson, the photographer behind the new book “Eighteen — A Look at the Culture That Moves Us.” Read the Article…