With his wife, Heather, riding on top of the tank, Eric Waterman drove around at Tank Town USA, a heavy-equipment playground in Morganton, Georgia. "We're making memories," she said of the trip, which was a surprise for her children.
With his wife, Heather, riding on top of the tank, Eric Waterman drove around at Tank Town USA, a heavy-equipment playground in Morganton, Georgia. "We're making memories," she said of the trip, which was a surprise for her children. MCT
With his wife, Heather, riding on top of the tank, Eric Waterman drove around at Tank Town USA, a heavy-equipment playground in Morganton, Georgia. "We're making memories," she said of the trip, which was a surprise for her children. MCT

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