Tuesday is not yet gone, so it seems like a good time to kick off my first random round of June.First up for today, a really sharp Peterbilt 389 heavy hauler.Shot this through the windshield on a rainy day, so excuse the wet windshield blur to the right.Next up, a clean Freightliner Cascadia for Pope Transport, who are headquartered in Mt. Olive, North Carolina. Mt. Olive is also the home of Mt. Olive pickles.I've always liked the short hood Cascadias, don't know why.An interesting Kenworth T660, which is for sale at White's International in Greensboro, North Carolina.https://www.whitestractor.com/default.asp?page=xPreOwnedInventoryDetail&id=8044891&p=1&make=kenworth&s=Year&d=D&fr=xpreownedinventoryAlso at White's, a CV and an HV.The HV: https://www.whitestractor.com/default.asp?page=xNewInventoryDetail&id=8267225&p=1&s=Year&d=D&t=new&fr=xnewinventoryAnd I believe this is the CV, though it appears it gained a dump bed since their photographer shot it:https://www.whitestractor.com/default.asp?page=xNewInventoryDetail&id=8484008&p=1&s=Year&d=D&vt=medium%20duty%20truck&fr=xnewinventory And lastly, a typically sharp Peterbilt 567 for Guy M. Turner, whose headquarters are in Greensboro, North Carolina.