Hello folks, welcome to another 20 pack, this one to start off February 2023 in proper fashion!Without further ado, let's get started...First up, a Peterbilt 579 for "KAG" (Kenan Advantage Group), who're headquartered in North Canton, Ohio.A Freightliner Cascadia for Horizon Forest Products, whose headquarters are in Raleigh, NC.Nice graphics work on the trailer.A mostly spectacular looking Ford F-450.I say mostly as I prefer chrome bumpers over the painted ones, and fully chrome grilles.An International MV for Eastern Star, who're headquartered in Duluth, Georgia.At first glance, I identified this as a Durastar, which is of course the predecessor of the MV series, and is almost identical.A sharp Kenworth W900L.Another KW, this time a T880 for Cajenn Construction from Hoboken, Georgia.A pair of really sharp Peterbilt 567 for Blackwood Resources, whose HQ is in Bloomington, Indiana.A clean International Workstar for Norfolk Southern, who're headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia.Looks freshly washed, and even looks like someone hit the tires with some tire shine. Nice.A cool Kalmar Ottawa T2.A very sharp Kenworth W900L.Not looking so sharp, another KW, this time a T880 for Blueberry Trucking from Hillsville, Virginia.Looks like rollover damage - not bad though, looks pretty easily fixable.A nice Freightliner MT.A couple International Durastars for Pike Corporation, who're headquartered in Mt. Airy, NC.A stout looking Peterbilt 567.A fairly rare Kenworth W900S for Hartley Ready Mix, whose HQ is in Winston-Salem, NC.A Link-Belt HTC-8660 for Crane & Rigging Corp, whose headquarters are in Yadkinville, NC.You can just see it, left of the McD's signpost, behind the bushes, but at the time of this shot, the crane was handling a personnel basket. Also note the missing "Golden Arches" on the visible side.A sharp Peterbilt 389.That paint scheme almost looks like something from the Bicentennial. Pretty cool.One of the new Peterbilt 537.I believe this was my first catch on one of these new Pete medium/vocational rigs. Looks okay.And lastly, this unusual scene.That finishes off today's round, thanks very much for looking!