Welcome back to Where's Lucy the Van? Guess correctly and you will earn a Coaster Card of this C2C Site, and a chance to win special giveaways from selected C2C Sites.
Hints for Blog # 5’s featured C2C site: In March, 2018, Lucy visited a place famous for holding the biggest battle ever fought in North Carolina, over 150 years ago. While taking the road tour of the site, Lucy stopped near a cannon in front of a present-day cornfield. There, we learned more about a different kind of field that is remembered here, and at hundreds of similar historic sites up and down the east coast and as far west as Texas.
If you know what C2C site Lucy took us to and what town and state it’s in, click here. 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 of that site, similar to the one shown here of C2C Site VA # 1 – Virginia State Capitol. 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 before, you know that Lucy the Van is visiting Coast to Coast Sites (www.c2csites.us). Each C2C Site must tell an important part of America’s story that:
- More people should know about — and visit!
- Has a Wow! Factor
- Is Worth the Trip!
So far, there are Coast to Coast sites in 4 states – Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina (Lucy’s home state), and South Carolina.
Lucy will be taking us to Delaware and Pennsylvania next, to find 13 sites in each state to add to the C2C Sites collection. If you have suggestions of places that fit our criteria and that you think warrant inclusion in the Coast to Coast Collection, please go here to make some suggestions.
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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