Gilbert Avenue. (The bank building in the satellite view has been torn down.) Since nothing but waiting was happening at this site, I went to the other site in town where they were doing form work. That is rather boring work, so I took a couple of "status" shots and came back to this site.
Then as the operator uses the control levers to pull in the outrigger, the driver puts one of the mats away. (I don't think they had mats on the other side because they were swinging the loads only to my right.)
What he had on the hook when he was waiting for the truck was his counterweight ready to load onto the truck when it arrived. I had noticed that Nichols did not paint over the GROVE trademark, but they did paint over the model number. So I asked him what model it was. The reply was a 3055. I noticed that being able to repin the outrigger pads for road transport is important enough that it is one of the six bullet items of features listed for this model: "Outrigger pads stow within width of crane."
So I was able to get a nice (except for the sun being on the wrong side) profile shot of the other side as he left town (below). Unlike the GMK6300L, this model is not "oversize." Yet it does have a 6-section boom.