Bill and Rose Bazen have opened a museum dedicated to the 1970s show “Movin’ On” at their house in Wake Forest. Open to the public for free, the museum pays homage to Bazen’s father, who was a long-haul trucker, and displays a collection so meticulous it impressed the show’s creator.
Bill and Rose Bazen have opened a museum dedicated to the 1970s show “Movin’ On” at their house in Wake Forest. Open to the public for free, the museum pays homage to Bazen’s father, who was a long-haul trucker, and displays a collection so meticulous it impressed the show’s creator. Josh Shaffer
Bill and Rose Bazen have opened a museum dedicated to the 1970s show “Movin’ On” at their house in Wake Forest. Open to the public for free, the museum pays homage to Bazen’s father, who was a long-haul trucker, and displays a collection so meticulous it impressed the show’s creator. Josh Shaffer

‘Movin’ On’ museum in Wake Forest is a wide-open monument to trucker glory – Shaffer

October 02, 2016 07:00 AM

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