Ride Report posted for Fuzzybutt

What a day!

I arrived at the Rally Point to find at least 30 bikes, 2 cages and more smiling faces than I could count. There were S.J. members, S.E. Pa. members.

We had American Legion, Defenders, Nam Knights, 2nd Brigade, R.O.T.L. and CMA riders all eager to saddle up and meet our Hero, Sgt. Stephen Moore Jr. who has just returned home from his 2nd deployment with 2 ARCOMS and 2 IRAQ CAMPAIGN MEDALS.
At 11:45 we left for the Fellowship Baptist Church where Stephen and his father, Stephen Moore Sr. and brother Sean were enjoying Sunday morning services. As he came out of the doors he was met by all of us waving flags and shouting our Welcome Home’s. A little shocked by all of the attention, Stephen graciously walked down the line and shook the hands of all there.

With Mt. Laurel P.D. leading the way and big flags flying we escorted our Hero to his in-laws home in Westampton. We had a non-stop run thanks to the Mt. Laurel, Evesham and Westampton Police Departments clearing the path for us.
As we made our final turn into the neighborhood there could be no mistake that we had arrived at our final destination. The street was decorated with yellow ribbons, the Westampton F.D. had the sirens blaring, and the neighbors were cheering and waving us on. Best of all, Stephen’s wife Michelle and his baby daughter Victoria were standing in front of the house waiting for him. Can you say Surprise Party!!

After a few minutes with the press the Yellow Ribbon Club gathered us all together to tell us about Stephen and his plans now that he is home. And of course the Yellow Ribbon Bling was awarded to him. As usual, they knocked it out of the park. Next up, A Hero’s Welcome presented Stephen with a Certificate of Appreciation. Warriors Watch then coined him and presented Michelle with a Spouse Honor Certificate.
And finally, we Mugged and we Hugged.