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Trip planning for anniversary

Postby JSTRICKLAND » Sun Apr 09, 2017 2:54 pm

Ok,

The count down has started and the plans are being made. My bride for 30 years is fast approaching, and we taking a trip to Niagara Falls. The travel plans set for the way up including a salvage yard for tractor parts. Now I need a stop for the way back, we are taking Interstates 78, 71 and 77 back home in Hickory North Carolina. Any suggestions on salvage yards or tractor museums to take in on the way back using this route. This will around July 5,6,and 7th. 2017.

Thanks for the many replies in advance,

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Re: Trip planning for anniversary

Postby Bezirk » Mon Apr 10, 2017 7:42 am

if you can divert over to I-95 there is a nice tractor museum just South of Richmond, Va. The name is Keystone, I have been there twice it is a very nice museum. Also if you can divert to I -81 , at Raphine , Va. Visit the McCormic farm where Cyrus invented the reaper. That is about 50 miles South of me, so on your way stop in and we will have a mini fest, if your bride is a shopper Paula can enertain
her with that.

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