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Collecting America’s Story with Lucy the Van – Blog #2

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Welcome back to Where’s Lucy the Van? In each blog, we give you some hints about the Coast to Coast site (C2C Site) that Lucy the Van has taken us to recently, Collecting America’s Story

Hints for Blog # 2’s featured C2C site:  This Coast to Coast Site is a special place where the grass is almost always green and flowers bloom most of the year. It has people and animals that “stand still through time.”  Throughout the year, visitors can cruise through history on foot, cart, or boat.  And through April of 2018, there’s a special “pre-history” exhibit on the grounds that makes Lucy the Big Red Van feel teeny.

If you know what C2C site it is and what town and state it’s in, click here to make your guess. We will let you know if you’re right. 

 If you are, we will email you a coupon that you can exchange at the site for your C2C coaster card, like the one shown here of C2C Site VA # 5 – Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest.  We will also enter your name into a monthly drawing for a free gift from one of our featured sites.

If you’ve logged into the Where’s Lucy? blog on AAATalks before, you know that Lucy is asking you to join her on her mission – to travel to places throughout the United States called Coast to Coast Sites.

Each C2C Site tells an important part of America’s story; it’s a place that:

  • More people should know about and visit
  • Has a Wow! Factor
  • Is Worth the Trip!

Don’t forget to guess which C2C site Lucy was visiting in this blog. Also, check out the other AAA Talks blogs in the Where’s Lucy? series so that you can get free coaster cards when you join us – and Lucy – in traveling from site to site, Collecting America’s Story!

 

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