Delorean Mid-Atlantic Fall Foliage Tour IV
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A group of eight Deloreans Arrived in Cape May, NJ at the lighthouse, and suddenly again we were the center of attention.  Pictures were being take by tourists and questions asked.
It was starting to get late and we were hungry and still wanted to go shopping and see the old Victorian homes in town.  We packed up and headed to the center of town to do just that.
When we parked, we were immediately flooded again with questions from people passing by.  A local newspaper reporter followed us through town to interview us and take photos when we stopped for his column.


 

 


Cape May, NJ Lighthouse


Sadly, we did not get a chance to go up into the lighthouse and take photos of the cars.
 


It's like looking into a mirror of a mirror


A New Jersey Beacon and an American Icon

 

Around 5:00 P.M. we finally had eaten and shopped around town for a little while.  Everyone started to think about the long trip home and wanted to get on the road.  We said our goodbyes, fueled up our cars, and headed on our way home.
Everything about the tour this year turned out perfect.  The weather was great and everyone enjoyed themselves.  Mike Deluca pulled it off again and made the Fall Foliage Tour IV a great weekend for all who attended.  Let's see what he cooks up for next year!


Local Cape May Traffic Officer Andrew Delp Dishes out the law to this illegally parked car.  (Thanks for posing for us Officer Delp!)


 


A copy of a newspaper article from the Cape May County Herald.  Printed Oct 15th 2003

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