You missed a big move while you were sleeping.
The last time we checked, a plane was sitting on the Virginia-North Carolina state line on Wednesday morning.
It has a hole in it, and needs to get to an insurance company in North Carolina.
A hauling team checked the rigging around 1 a.m. Wednesday morning at Roanoke Regional Airport, and then sent it out.
By law, such a big load has to have four escort cars.
They try to keep people from passing the truck dangerously.
The haul is slow, and sometimes other drivers get annoyed.
"They have no concept what we're out here for. They think we're here just to make them mad or to hold up traffic. But that's not what we're out here for," Chicken Flag Cars owner Bobby Honaker said.
The truck and escorts hauled the plane down Route 220 all the way to the North Carolina state line.