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Post Info TOPIC: Huntsville, Al. U.S. Space and Rocket Center

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Huntsville, Al. U.S. Space and Rocket Center

We stopped in at the US Space and Rocket Center. Last Dec. we past through and seen the old Rockets and thought this year we stop and check it out. Staying in a small rv park they have on site at $20 a night. Small but with hookups. So yesterday we did the tour and seen a movie ($26 a piece) about future space travel and how nasa is preparing for it. The museum has a lot about the space race early years and Weiner Von Braun and his teams work. If your an ole fan of nasa then its pretty cool stuff. We tour about 4 hrs and could have stayed a little longer but had some turkey sandwiches calling my name back at base camp. Ya'll have a blessed day.


Rush and Lola Songer

2015 F-350 DRW (Alias Fat Baby)

2017 Vanleigh Vilano 325 RL  (Alias Sunshine)

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Full Timers July 2016 

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Great suggestion ... it'll go on the ever growing bucket list.


Ron and Janice


2016 Ford F350, King Ranch, DRW, 4x4, CC, 6.7 PS Diesel, remote control air lift system

2017 Durango Gold 381REF, Lambright furniture, MCD shades, morRYDE IS, 8K Disc brakes, GY G114  LR H Tires, 27,320 lbs CGVW

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Reminds me of the Cosmosphere in Hutchinson Kansas, http://cosmo.org/.  I will have to keep it in mind.


Bill Joyce,
40' 2004 Dutch Star DP towing an AWD 2020 Ford Escape Hybrid
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Huntsville is also home to Redstone Arsenal (an Army base) and could be a good Tennessee Valley base camp.  There's a waterfront campground on the Tennessee River and a well established RV park near the PX but unfortunately there's an access control requirement being an Army Base and all.

In addition to the Space ad Rocket Center, some of the local attractions include;

Huntsville Botanical Garden

Burritt on the Mountain (historical homestead)

Unclaimed Baggage Store in Scottsboro, AL 

Wheeler Wildife Refuge

Ava Maria Grotto

Lake Guntersville


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