|Our group with the two red Triumphs|
We decided to meet on route 206 at the Vincentown Diner in Vincentown and over a cup of coffee decided to go around Wharton State Forest before meeting the Polar Bear group at the Pic-A-Lilli Bar & Restaurant. Wharton State Forest is the largest single tract of land within the New Jersey State Park System. It encompasses approximately 115,000 acres (465 km²) of the Pinelands northwest of Hammonton, in Burlington, Camden, and Atlantic counties. The entire park is located within the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve. The park is located in the forested watershed of the Mullica River, which drains the central Pinelands region into Great Bay.
|The Pic-A-Lilli bar and restaurant on the edge of the Wharton State Forest|
|The Polar Bear riders group meet|
We came out of the restaurant and it had started raining. We got on our bikes and went north again on route 206 until route 70 where we made a right and proceeded north east to Whiting where my parents live. They always enjoy seeing their two sons together and a cup of coffee and cake was waiting for us. We had just finished a huge sandwich but you can never refuse cake from mom, not when she has just finished baking it and it is still warm, the thought about not having cake hadn't even crossed our minds in any case ;-)
|A pink Ridley, America's automatic motorcycle|
|A beautiful Indian Motorcycle|