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Old 09-22-2007, 05:08 PM
 
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Hi, we are a family from the UK and our son has recently enrolled at Lenoir-Ryhne Hickory, we are coming to visit him in October and are thinking of renting a house on a lake, but are not sure which one either Lake Hickory or Lake Norman. Not knowing either of the areas at all and having another son who we are bringing with us, we need to keep him occupied as well.
Can anyone advise us which would have most to offer us as we hope to see something of Hickory when we collect our some from school, but also don't want to be confined to one place if it is only small. Any advise would be most welcome.
You will be much closer to him at Lake Hickory and will probably have an easier time finding him, since most people have a hard time finding L-R. Lake Hickory is beautiful and NOT lake Norman (thank goodness). October is a nice time to visit.
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