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Dutch from Montana wrote on 05/09/2019 at 7:53 am:
It appears we have made another one.
There's Thunder in the East, the wheels are start'n to turn.
To these Brothers, enjoy and be safe.
Boots in the wind !
Much Love & Respect ......
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 05/07/2019 at 5:19 pm:
Several Brothers and a Support will be riding to the East Spring Run. Wishing them safe travels and good riding. My thoughts will be with all of you.
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JP from Nocona wrote on 04/21/2019 at 8:01 pm:
Happy Easter - Members, Support, and Prospects! We are enjoying a typical Texas spring. It will be great all week and then the temperatures drop and it rains all weekend! I'm getting a little tired of it, I haven't had a chance to ride the motorcycle Mickie bought me for Valentine's Day... Grrr. Well at least I'm getting some walking in, YAY!!!
See you in June!!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
had two great days here for a change.
Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 04/18/2019 at 12:04 pm:
GREETINGS Brothers, Supports, Prospects & well wishers!!

First CONGRATULATIONS to Brother Twin & Jackie on their recent nuptials!!

Looking like Spring has really, finally arrived here. Warm enough to really get out and do stuff this week. Looking at some storms tomorrow, probably just a lot of rain here.

Looking forward to Spring Run will be good to get to meet a Prospect or two.

Need to get my Bumblebee in as she developed an "odd noise" in the front jug on the last leg of last year's epic tour. This year's riding will be on Black Betty ('03 Electra Glide standard)

Best to all

Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
see ya soon DOC
TWIN from Texas wrote on 04/15/2019 at 12:22 pm:
Hello to all brothers ,support and prospects
As some of you know Jackie Parker and I got married this month . We thought it was time to make it official .Been together for 23 years .

Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
love ya both CONGRATS.
Sling Blade from WA wrote on 04/14/2019 at 4:57 pm:
Greetings and Salutations to all Brothers, Prospects, Supporters, and the interested!
Spring is fighting for it's right to shine this year, Winter is holding on with all it's got until the end- then it's our turn!
The birds singing, flowers blooming, and the sunshine gleaming on the chrome of our motorcycles. The smell of fresh oil going down the filler cap after an oil change, the rattle of the air compressor bringing tires to the correct psi, and the squeak of freshly oiled leathers ready to protect from what nature throws at 'cha .
We check the miles to various destinations, gear up, and enjoy the sensations and exposure that goes with it.
We ride for those who can't, and those who are gone but always in our hearts and souls.
We ride to represent all Vietnam Veterans that we're still here and will not be forgotten or dismissed.
It is our duty and our honor to do this 24/7, 365 days a year.
I am humbled to be counted among you.
I hope all are in good cheer, that your skies soon clear, and the weather gets warm enough for a cold beer!
Brother Sling Blade
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
cheers BROTHER always a pleasure reading your post.
Bear from Cross S.C. wrote on 04/02/2019 at 7:53 pm:
Brothers, Prospects and Support,
Hope all are well. As for me and mine alls well. So went for a long ride the other day and I thought everything was going good untill I got a few miles from home. Stopped at the parts store, went in and came out, looked at my bike *SHIT* my right side saddlebag was gone with the wind literally!! I remember hitting a few potholes (South Carolina) does'nt have any, but I never thought my H.D. would fail in any way (cough) but it did! I took off and went the same route back but NOOOO BAAAGGG!!!
Called my insurance carrier and the deductable was $500.00 EEEKKK! so I had them drop it to $250.00. Why you say! I Went to H>D , I knew I would have to sit down. $1,275.00 later and up to 30 day wait time.Bag has to be color matched and HD only had 1 year of that color so none in the inventory. So note to self people if you have hard bags keep a close watch on your latches!
Love, Loyalty and Respect
Brother Bear
East Nomad
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
I have seen where some company makes a replacement latch like what the newer bikes have,Sorry to hear BROTHER.
Sonny from Illinois wrote on 03/23/2019 at 8:35 pm:
Nam Vets MC
First thing I want to say, my father was a Vietnam Veteran who loved his motorcycle, and he was my hero. It was not often that he spoke of your war, but when he did I listened.
My second statement is, I cannot tell you what it means to see a Vietnam Veteran MC patch on the road. It speaks of who you were then and who you are now. I can not imagine the roller coaster ride you men have endured, the hurt and the anger. You were reviled and now revered, dishonored and now honored.
I have talked with Vietnam Veterans who have said It Don't Mean Nothing, and after listening to my dad, I understand where that comes from. Seeing patches like yours and the few other Vietnam Veterans MC's that are still on the road, affords me the opportunity to tell your story (and my fathers story) to my kids and my grandchildren.They will know who you are !
I was looking at your web site the other day after work, and explaining your story, my fathers story, to my grand daughter. The truth is, she is surly too young to understand what it was I was saying, but I told it anyway.
I understand you Vietnam Vets grouping together in a motorcycle club, and I must assume that, in some ways, it still feels like "each other is all you have".
I want you to know that I honored you as a small boy, and I honor you today. Time is not your friend and I say "Keep Riding", enjoy the road and your brotherhood, you warriors have surly earned that. Know that there are some of us who still remember and will tell your story, my fathers story, for as long as we can find someone to listen.
I am filled with pride when I see your patches on the road, in them I see my father, and for me you ride for my dad.
When I am out and I run into a Vietnam Veteran patch, whether it's a MC cube or a lone vet, I buy the beer. It's a promise I made.
It's my hope to one day have the privilege and honor to buy a Nam Vets MC patch holder his beer.
I honor and respect you all, Thank You for your service !
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thank you Sir,I and my Brothers would be extremely honored to drink a beer with you.Send me some information name,address phone and if we r ever close we will for sure let you know.We r a dinosaur Club so when our last member passes the lights will go out for Nam Vets Nomad M/C.
Skinner 8163 State Hwy 49 Piedmont,Mo.63957
buda from nonthaburi, thailand wrote on 03/23/2019 at 5:57 am:
brothers, i am still in se asia, i got out of the house today and checked out a small shop not far from where i am. they had 4 HD bikes available for test riding. i didn't have a helmet so i couldn't ride until an expat aussie that was there filming the event for his you tube channel. i guess filming was slow, cause he offered me his helmet and away i went on the yellow street bob, hammer down, hahaha. he was filming so our colors should be on a youtube channel in a week or so in thailand. oh yeah, only in thailand anything can happen, it was 41c today, never could forget this kind of heat.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
sounds like fun except for the heat.stay safe BROTHER
Herky from Weiser, ID wrote on 03/13/2019 at 11:29 pm:
Greetings Patch Holders, Prospects, Support, and watchers.
Winter has been very kind us this year here in Weiser Idaho, shoveled snow maybe twice, no subzero temps and took a ride on New Years day 🙂
Thinking this is good news for the rest of the year.
On March 29th Vietnam Veterans Day, there will be a gathering at the Capitol in Boise ID to Honor our local Vietnam Vets, rest assured our colors will be present.
I have perhaps 4 runs planned for this year to include our Northwest regional, National, plus a trip to Crater Lake, OR. on up the Coast up to WA and Home, plus a Camp out to Sandpoint Idaho hauling my camp tailor with my bike. and anything else I can dream up with. Lol
I'll be 70 this year so getting all the riding in I can come up with.
Kawasaki Vaquero has been good to me.
Prayer for safe travels for all my Brothers this year and hope to see you all at one time or another.
Herky Natl. Chap Nam Vet's Nomad
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
I will join ya Brother turning 70 this year
Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 03/10/2019 at 5:27 pm:
Greetings to all Brothers, Supports, Prospects and Well-Wishers!!!

Just got back from a nice, albeit short vacation. Headed South for some Sun and warmer temps. We were not disappointed.

Beth got on two-wheels for a bit, I have video proof. So she's coming along on that.

Back in my own AO, rained yesterday; today was GREAT!! Might have to get some wind therapy if this weather keeps up.

Really looking forward to Spring Run; wish more could attend, but life oftentimes gets in our way.

Oh, btw, did NOT get warm fuzzies from either Charleston SC HD dealership. Called one, phone rang once and cut off; the other one had a voice mail answering machine. Really? Voice mail? Glad I wasn't broken down or needing assistance. Your experience may differ.


Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 03/08/2019 at 6:13 am:
Brothers, Prospects, Supports and well wishers.
The weather is typical for Southern Illinois cold followed by a warm up then cold again. Lots of rain and sleet.
Finally got off my duff and got my Illinois and Florida
CCW renewed, had previously renewed my Utah license. I do wish we would get a nationwide reciprocity agreement.
Haven't worked on the bikes for weeks. Got to get them fine tuned for another riding season.
We have many wonderful things coming up this year.
Radio from Clearlake wrote on 03/06/2019 at 3:17 pm:
Greetings to all my Brothers and Support.
Last couple weeks have been cold but clear. Great for getting yard in shape so I can ride instead of mow and pull weeds. Burn pile up and blazing just in time for next snow.
Hoping this will be the last, will probably have to trade it for rain.
Hope everyone is well and think SPRING.

JOHN "TOP" BAKER from CHEYENNE, WYOMING wrote on 03/05/2019 at 12:37 pm:
For all you Renegades soaking up the sun and warm weather would have some choice words for you but I will save them. finally got over "0" today. Sunny outside but cold as heck. I am so looking for ward to seeing you all again.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
same here BROTHER
Ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 03/04/2019 at 1:52 pm:
Well here we go guys, i hate to break the news, today high is 74* and i had to go for a ride. The good news is, it's going to be 80* Wed I might have to go for a ride again. If you want to join the AZ Nam Vets come on down. Can't Wait to see everyone at Nationals. Semper Fi
Steamer nvffnv
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so glad to hear u r on the bike
Rick Russell from Gastonia wrote on 02/23/2019 at 7:28 pm:
Evening all. So much rain here beginning to grow gills. Harley is screamin to get out & down the highway, careful not to get cabin fever. Testing the waters of the MC world, I spent 4 years with another Vets MC, been out nearing 2 years now, missing the Brotherhood, Love & Respect. Considering this group as I'm an in country Viet Nam vet.
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Bear from Cross wrote on 02/20/2019 at 7:02 pm:
Brothers, Prospects and Support,
Had a bad minute today. Had to fork over 700 clams today for TIRES! UGGHH!
OK, starting over. Things here in (sunny) S.C. are STILL wet! There is something to be said for living in the Low Country, soggy!
OK, starting over. All is well here. Things are looking better all the time. Don't have to go back to the VA till May! Oil change next week and a trip to East Spring run A.O. to see about the location of different venues. Will be happy to see all that can make it. Hope all Brothers and Support are well and still kicking azz!
Bear, East Nomad
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raymondkoch wrote on 02/20/2019 at 6:46 pm:
Shout out to all,
Well rain is coming like it's spring.Could not tell you all how much we have had already this year.But the ground is soaked.
Started buying stuff already for National.2 year old 20 ft trailer 2014 Ford F-150 to pull trailer,more tie down straps.Should be in a shape for this year.
Toilet in our bedroom started flushing real slow ,tried all I could think of to open it up.Pulled it up ,cabled it out several times but never helped much soooooo,New toilet today after school ,took 45 minutes to get it upstairs by myself and install it.Flushes now good bye poop.
Aubbrey has screwed her knee up and may have some bad news coming her way.MRI did not look good.So onto specialist for a look see.f@$%^# shit.
Have not been on bike for so long may have to get lessons to refresh abilities.
Don't have much else to say except spring run is not to far away and we all need some wind therapy.
Love Loyalty Respect Brotherhood Forever
Singer from Beckley, WV wrote on 02/15/2019 at 8:45 pm:
Hi Guys and Gals! I just wanted to introduce myself. I'm Singer, Doc Gonzo's lady and proud new Support. I'm a post Viet Nam Army medic veteran and have spent the last 20 years serving my brother and sister Veterans working at the VA, first in Denver then St. Louis and Cheyenne before coming to the Beckley VA Medical Center last February.

I hadn't ridden a bike in 35+ years when I met Doc Gonzo, who got me interested in re-learning to ride again. So that's my goal this spring.. relearn to ride while not clobbering myself in the process. 🙂

The name Singer is really short for Folk Singer. I play a 12 String Martin Custom guitar and sing mostly folk and mellow rock stuff.

Looking forward to meeting the folks on the Spring run and National ride.

Ciao for now, Brothers and Sisters
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks for the entry,look forward to the ride and spring meet.Welcome.
Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 02/15/2019 at 4:36 pm:
Greetings Brothers, Supports, Prospects & well wishers!

Hope everyone is having a good R.E.D. (Remember Everyone Deployed) Friday.

All's quiet here, weather is mild but not quite riding weather this week, next week isn't looking too good either. Maybe warm enough to give Betty a good bath and going over.

Hoping this finds all our Brothers well, or well on the mend, Grumpy.


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