In the course of my orchestral travelogue I wondered why a full-scale Saturn rocket could be found at a rest stop on I-65 in northern Alabama. There is, of course, a ready explanation. The Marshall Space Flight Center, where many early NASA rockets were developed under the directorship of Wernher von Braun, is located in nearby Huntsville. I learned this from the composer Phillip Ratliff, who is based at Miles College in Fairfield, and who has written an orchestral piece in celebration of the I-65 rocket, titled, naturally, I-65 Rocket. The Alabama Symphony has performed the piece several times.