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16508 Northcross Drive, Huntersville, United States
16700 Northcross Dr, Huntersville, United States
16617 Statesville Rd, Huntersville, United States
16530 Northcross Dr, Huntersville, United States
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... with family and old friends and the kids have had a blast having time off school. All in all - our trip back to the States has been way more action packed than we could have ever thought and it was worth every second we were here! Our last night ...
Thursday 06 to Thursday 13 August We'd formulated a possible plan to fly in convoy with Steve to Kittyhawk First Flight Airport, a place we’d attempted to visit in 2011. Again the weather thwarted our plans! This time it looked as if Steve ...
Thursday 30 June – Saturday 02 July 2011. Thursday, both Tim and Tammy had the day off and Tim had decided that first thing in the morning he would go and get his Porsche Boxster valeted and Patrick went with him to a local detailers. On the return ...
... the heat now starting to rise we left the airfield just after 1430 hrs. Tim and Tammy live a few miles away from Concord in Huntersville, NC, and Tim had borrowed a colleague’s car to transport us and our luggage as, we used to have, he only has ...
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6000 Sample Rd, Huntersville, North Carolina, United States
Through rehabilitation, research and education, this non-profit organization seeks to conserve birds of prey such as eagles, hawks, owls, vultures and falcons.
14720 Northgreen Drive, Huntersville, North Carolina, United States
This upscale, semi-private golf course stretches 7,028 yards along rolling terrain featuring large elevation changes.
Huntersville, North Carolina, United States
An upscale facility that is an Arnold Palmer-designed golf course.
4431 Neck Road, Huntersville, North Carolina, United States
Rural Hill Farm is the historic homestead of Major John and Violet (Wilson) Davidson. John Davidson was an American officer serving in the Revolutionary War and a signer of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence. Rural Hill Farm established in 1760, is the oldest and largest public historic site in Mecklenburg County encompassing some 265 acres. It is also a center for the study of Scottish heritage and interpreting the Davidson plantation/farm (lasting six consecutive generations), providing historical, agricultural, and environmental programming.