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Re: Does this category cover Delaware?
pan3lman #1409147 Sun May 09 2021 01:35 AM
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Are you sure Jim?? I had my camera to document the event, so watch what you say!!

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Re: Does this category cover Delaware?
pan3lman #1409211 Sun May 09 2021 07:35 PM
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Ya know Don, my dear father was correct, bless his soul!
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Re: Does this category cover Delaware?
pan3lman #1410809 Fri May 21 2021 08:02 PM
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Macungie looks to be about 2 hrs from me.

For anyone around DE, there is usually a Cruise Night every Saturday. The schedule "used" to be:

first Sat: Pike Creek Shopping Center, Newark/Wilmington DE
2nd Sat: shopping center in Stanton, DE
3rd Sat: Fox Run Shopping Ctr., Bear, DE (they just had this last weekend, actually)
4th Sat: I think it goes back to Pike Creek but not sure

Hope this helps someone!


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