Just to let you guys know if you haven't seen it on another board. I am putting together a huge meet & cruise on March 31st with a rain date of April 14th at Lamberton Park in Trenton, NJ which is right next to were the Trenton Thunder AAA baseball team plays. Anyway, so far there is about 60-70 people that are interested in going, and possibly more before the meet. It will basically be a meet and greet for about an hour or so, pictures, getting to know one another and eachothers cars. Then, we are driving up Route 29 North to Frenchtown, NJ and then crossing over into PA and driving back down to Washingtons Crossing, PA and then back over to NJ and ending at Washington Crossing State Park. If you are interested just let me know. Thanks!
I was also thinking of changing the end destination to Oxford Valley Mall instead of Washington Crossing Park in NJ. I don't think it'll hold anywhere near as many cars as we will have. It's not really that far from where we were going to end anyway. Plus we can get food and stuff there after the meet. It's also an easier destination to leave from. Anyway, let me know what you guys think about that change.
Ok, here's an update. I drove up to Trenton today to check out the parking lot. There is about 200-250 spaces, so we should be good. Also, I drove the route and it took about an hour and 45 minutes. Let me know what you guys think. It's about a 60 mile ride total from Trenton to Frenchtown, and then to Oxford Valley Mall. I could shorten it a little. Otherwise everything was cool. We do need to be careful with our speed in some spots though. I saw about 8 cops on the whole drive scattered around. So we shouldn't be doing any excessive speeding in 25-35 MPH zones. That's were they seem to be at mostly. Anyway, let me know what you guys think about the length. It's cool with me, but the majority rules. I need to finalize plans by March 16th. I am trying to make a flier and make directions for the run. Anyway, let me know what you think. Thanks!
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