Annual Ernie Anderson Crab Run 2020
Saying Good Bye to One of a Kind
Though Tom was not officially in Seaboard, he was the President of Neshaminy and a close friend to all from both chapters. He will be truly missed and remembered for his love of motorcycles, God, family and friends. A truly loyal and gracious person. RIP Tom Real.
A great time was had by all at our annual Summer Picnic. The weather was great and the crowd the best. We stepped back in time competing in some of the old time races, along with a few newer ones. There was the Barrel Roll , which was one by Joe Pedidito, the Egg on the Spoon one by Dean Cannuli, Slow Race one by Joe Pedito Jr, and the Hoola Toss one by Danley Raymond.
There were a few other games that got everyone involved and laughing, and maybe even embarrassed, but all in fun.
Always a good time and good food and we look forward to next year.
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What a great way to celebrate 40 years of Seaboard Chapter. It was a run that started at Ernie Bittle"s house, in Harrisonville Lake, NJ where it all started in 1974. From there we took back roads, stopping to eat (Corner House),and enjoy the sites till our next stop at Fort Mott in Pennsville. This was the location of the National's annual swap meet from 1958 to 1982. While there, some of us boarded the ferry to take a tour of Pea Patch Island (a civil war prison).Of course you can see some had to due some bike maintenance, but what is a run without it. We then had a wonderful dinner at the "Riverview" on the Delaware River and then rested for our next day.
The next day we crossed into Delaware to visit Fort Delaware and head to a crab feast at Jumbo's. Of course we stopped at the Augustine Inn for a thirst quencher, as this was a tradition for many members.
A great time was had by all and new memories made to add to our Chapter's history. We will wait to see what the 50 year celebration brings us.