On most golf courses, players are trying to hit rocket shots that make it to the green in one or two. On the Pakachoag Golf Course in Auburn, Massachusetts, there was an actual rocket launch more than 85 years ago when Robert Goddard set off the first liquid-fueled rocket from his Aunt Eiffie’s farm, the land which now sits between the 1st and 9th holes on the course.
Auburn has remembered Goddard’s 1926 feat with both a small memorial on the course and a model of the rocket in the Goddard Memorial Park downtown. The important day is also mentioned in the town’s historical museum, and a mini-version of the prototype rests at Auburn High School.
Auburn has more going for it than rocket memorabilia; the town has a charming center, and in addition to the public golf course, offers a skating rink for residents, among other recreational areas.
If you are moving to Auburn, you want an Auburn moving company that doesn’t treat your transition like rocket science. It’s fairly simple, isn’t it? Move your things in safe containers and don’t break or scratch any of them. A simple Internet search under “movers Auburn MA” might not help you to find an Auburn moving company that keeps things simple. To locate the best of the Auburn movers, you will need to find one that is well rated by both past customers and independent organizations.
As you compare Auburn movers carefully, one will emerge from the list: DN Van Lines. With its A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, frequent inclusion on Angie’s List for Super Service and designation as a ProMover by a national group of movers, DN Van Lines proves that moving people well is not rocket science.
And, if you end up having Auburn storage needs, DN Van Lines can help with that, too, through its huge and safe facility near Boston. You can save a “storage Auburn MA” Web search for someone else; for your Auburn storage problems, just log on to www.dnvanlines.com or call 1-800-51-MOVER to find a problem-solver.
Because, moving people into their new residence is not rocket science.