I love it when a plan comes together!
24 hours notice is much better than 12, but when your’e dealing with a multitude of groups, and out of the blue one says “I didnt know anything about it” you start having your doubts.

Those doubts were squashed as I rode into Barbs’ HD in Audubon, our gathering point for this ride. Aside from so many bikes, (you were’nt sure who was there for the ride and who was there for service or other reasons) Thank you Barb for allowing us to meet there. When you saw two LEO cars and more coming in you knew this was going to be good.

We met Steve (Lcpl Meyers) and his family in the parking lot along with our Warriors’ Watch members and members of the American Legion Rider Post 84 in Oaklyn.

As we left Barbs, the Officers from Audubon and Haddon Heights performed traffic duties as the Gloucester City Police led us the short distance to the Gloucester City ballfields where we were met by members of the Yellow Ribbon Club, the Gloucester City Fire Department, and members of the community. Thanks again CBS3 for their coverage.

Many of us proceeded to the Gloucester City VFW where they have an OUTSTANDING museum with artifacts from the Civil War up to and including our present conflict. Lcpl Steven Myers did finally show up.

Again, The Warriors’ Watch brought home another soldier in Excellent and Outstanding fashion.

God Bless our Troops, past and present on this Memorial Day.

Tom & Ron

Lcpl Steven Myers, at Barb’s Harley-Davidson in South Jersey.  Pictured in the photo are, Wayne, John. Pete, Nancy, Gary, Ron, Grease, Lcpl Meyers, Kurt? and ColonelMurphy.

Not pictured but present were Sidecar Bill, Country Mike and the beautiful Mrs Country Doreen, Jerry and Marie (Burlington County American Legion Commander and Auxiliary President, 2008-2009), Lorraine, Carol and USMC, and many other that I did not get their names.