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Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 08/19/2019 at 3:06 am:
Greetings Brothers, Supports, Prospects and well-wishers!!

All quiet in my AO, except a brief tangle up with a nest of ground hornets (evil little bastards) but I got the nest removed tonight. I may have looked like a Sta-Puff marshmallow ninja but I wasn't about to get stung ... again.

Other than that pretty quiet. Been toying with Singer's bike. Fuel system, battery all check out okay. Put on new fuel and air filters but that's not the problem. No spark to the plugs. So I'm thinking either voltage regulator or stator needs replacing. The good news is I saw a CB950 older than hers running well so I know once I get it going it'll be fine for her. And if she doesn't like it, guess I got another town bike.

Brothers I don't know what that hell to do with the VA. I've been to them directly, tried to go through American Legion, VFW and DAV VSOs, the State and County Veteran's Commission, hell I even wrote my Governor, Representative and a Senator. Nothing from any of them. You'd think serving 22+ years, a person could get some consideration. Guess I was wrong. As the saying goes, f' 'em, don't mean nothin'

So looking forward to next two runs. Got me some new tyres on Black Betty; so far I'm really digging them. Dunlop American Elites. Handle really well, don't track on cracks, grooves or snot snakes. Haven't had them out too much, did get about 120 miles the other day, looking to put some serious miles on 'em.

I guess that's about all from me. Hoping all are doing well and if not well, on the mend. best to all, peace out

LLRBF

Doc Gonzo
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
great to hear from ya.will post more on me after Wednesday they moved the ultra sound up to 8;30 am so should have answers earlier.
Gary Hamblin from West Jordan wrote on 08/11/2019 at 7:02 pm:
Gary “Wizard” Hamblin from West Jordan UT, hope all are well and no one has melted yet this summer. Be safe out there.
Radio from Clear Lake wrote on 08/09/2019 at 4:53 pm:
Hey,
Brothers and Support. All is well in the Northwest corner. Weather has been great for riding. Love these dry days. Have a water leak-1700ft. of line through the woods. If the riding slows down I may even look for it before the rain is back. Best wishes to all.
NVFFNV
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 08/04/2019 at 6:03 pm:
Patchholders, Support, Future Prospects and Well Wishers.
Getting ready for a busy late summer and early fall.
A run coming Friday and more later.
My birthday present to myself is a run to Springfield for the fastest mile flat track race around. Go Indian.
Love and respect to all.
Dutch from Montana wrote on 08/04/2019 at 9:41 am:
Been watch'n the Guest Book posts, good to see interest in our Patch. We are about Nam Vets, Brotherhood, and the Nomad Lifestyle. So "Welcome Home" to you all.
Look'n forward to next years National. Working on get'n a luggage rack system set up on this new Road King. Found out on the Red River Run that it's tuff stuff'n what ya need into just the two saddlebags. Harley sure don't make it cheap, glad I got many months to squirrel away some cash. Maybe find a deal through the winter months.
Been do'n the dance with the VA, ain't going so well, but screw'em, don't mean nothin" ....
I see some Brothers will be on the road next week, meeting up with a Vietnam Vet who is joining our Brotherhood. Welcome Home Wrongway ! Safe journey to you Brothers.
Fell'n a little like Fall up here this morning, 49 degrees, but the sun will be out and they are call'n for mid 80's. Can't beat that ! Will put in some seat time today. Get it while you can !
Love & Respect to you all ......
LAAM from Norwood,MO wrote on 08/02/2019 at 11:33 pm:
Well, it's another weekend, hopefully, we'll get some riding in but their won't be any brother around. I did find a newly opened cycle repair shop that is opened in Ava,MO. Stopped in did a walk and talk with one of the owners, and give out a couple of cards. We'll see what comes of it.
Still a few Brothers that haven't sent their 214, PO Box was checked today (Friday) nothering their but junk mail.
Spoke to Herky and is fine out NW he was out cutting weeds..."Ride Safe Brothers"
Gary Hamblin from West Jordan UU wrote on 07/28/2019 at 3:01 pm:
Vietnam Era Air Force vet here. Welcome home. Will watch the group with interest. You Brothers and Sisters always on my mind. Be well all.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
always looking for new contacts and BROTHERHOOD.Welcome Home.
Peter from Millinocket wrote on 07/24/2019 at 6:34 pm:
Glad that this group (club) started up best of luck in the future.Chief Combat Vet Viet Nam
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
good to hear from you Chief always got a home for ya.
Singer from Beckley, WV wrote on 07/20/2019 at 11:35 am:
Good HOT Saturday morning from Beckley, WBGV (West By God Virginia). 🙂

So VERY glad to have Doc back home safe and sound! Too hot to work in the garden today but tomorrow will be getting the rest of the stuff that's been growing on the porch into the ground FINALLY! Already have tomatoes growing on all the plants (both indoor and outdoor).

Welcome home to Clutch and Wrongway! (Nice to have a fellow New Englander on board! )

Yesterday marked 20 years of combined service for me (Army and Dept of Veterans Affairs...WOOHOO!) Kinda proud of that!

That's it for now... may you all ride with the wind at your backs! LLRBF

Singer
Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 07/18/2019 at 8:30 pm:
Brothers, Supports, Prospects & Well-wishers GREETINGS from the HOME AOR

WHEW, another epic National and road trip in the books!

Special shout out to our Brothers LAAM, Prez Skinner, Prez Grumpy and of course Donna; Ellen, Aubrey, Kandace (Boss please correct my spelling); and Geraldine for their Brotherhood and Hospitality. MUCH APPRECIATED. Of course my door is always open for a Brother.

Will post trip stats on fascistbook probably tomorrow, for now looks like about 5k miles in the books; bike ran well the entire trip without any surprises like lose wires, or missing parts. Oh I did have the rubber fall off my left floorboard somewhere in either Kansas or Oklahoma on the way out. Got a replacement in Victorville CA and installed it when I got to my Son's in Rancho Cucamonga. That's not really where he lives, close by of it though. I just like typing Cucamonga. LOL

Stayed a few days with him and the Grands. Can't believe how much they've grown in just a year.l

Oh Alice redid my EGA/Caduceus tattoo. Man it is BEAUTIFUL now. I liked it before, I LOVE it now. She did a wonderful job of touching it up. When you're in Piedmont MO, drop in and have her do your ink work, you won't be disappointed!!

Well that's about all for now, Singer has dinner coming and I should get off here and spend some time with her.

LLRBF

Doc Gonzo
WV Original

PS, Look for photos on fascistbook this weekend also.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
the iron man over 5000 miles
TX Girl from Nocona wrote on 07/17/2019 at 1:17 pm:
Hey there everyone hope you are all enjoying the heat wave! I know I could use a few of those cool days in Red River right about now! I have some good news for my fellow Support members. Mickie is working on getting the Support patches made, pretty soon I won't be the only be the only one with the patch. YaY!!!
Maybe I'll have an update on my bike next time.
Later,
TX Girl
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
wooooohoooo
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 07/14/2019 at 8:38 pm:
Patchholders, Support and well wishers.
The club is growing and it never ceases to amaze me. There are still brothers in arms that want what we can offer. The Nomad lifestyle.
May be headed to the Northeast shortly. Hopefully will have some Brothers going with.
Will be going to the flat races in Springfield, Il. on Sept. 1st. Right by the track, first row seat one.
May also be heading soon to Raymond, Mississippi.
Have a Brother who is still not well.
Love and respect to all.
Grumpy
Richard from Clearlake wrote on 07/13/2019 at 5:06 pm:
Greetings to all my Brothers and Support,
Everything is well here. Great day to ride, Sunny, 78. Must be why I’m mowing grass and spraying weeds. Think I need gardener, cook, house keeper, Oh Oh that sounds like wife.
Maybe I should just stop whining!

Love and Respect to All
Radio
buda from high springs floridagood morning brothers, long time for me to come passing bye here. i'm back in some sort of mental routine after returning fro thailand more than 6 weeks ago. you see the va has me pumped up for sleeping with to much s***T and when my sleep pattern is interrupted by a 13 hour life routine, my world gets a little more unstable, haha. Nisa came back a couple of weeks ago, her dad had a tumor removed from his lung, she had stayed behind in may to take care of him until surgery happened, it was a success. the house is looking like a house again after my bro and go to help man "chuck" finally got over here to help get it in shape. there was only 7 months of overgrowth to be cut, trimmed, pulled, whatever to make it look like a house lived in again. i had another injection in my back when i got back in may, that felt good for 2 days, so back is not good and many things to do, fi,whatever, the buda has been doing but slowly. the scoot has been up on the jack for a month, i dumped ALL of the oil using that Scavenger and i don't see any more of what i thought to be pieces of brass in it. so, i'm going to try a hiflfiltro oil filter and get it back on the road after changing oil. most of my time lately has been working on the rv generator (my hurricane sanctuary) , i dropped it out of the van and have it on the bench in my garage. it looks like the fuel pump is shot, t wrote on 07/13/2019 at 12:17 pm:
he carb was clean inside so i'm waiting on the fuel pump to get here and if that does it, i'm gonna replace all 20ft of fuel line when i stuff it back up into the back end of the van. i mange with a back brace, cane, stool and lotta time, f***k i used to be the monkey, ha.
I got diagnosed with some emphysema, last month but other than that doing ok physically. prayers for my brother, an old high school friend of mine, contacted me by f/b, yesterday, we talked by phone, she lives near my brother up in Jersey, she went to bring him some food yesterday morning, he didn't answer the door, she looked in saw him on the couch, he told her that he was ok but he didn't get up. long story short, she went back couple of times yesterday , same story, i made some calls to sister and another brother , apparently the police where notified on wed about him not being available, they came, i am not sure what happen but they left him
so, i guess he had been not mobile or available, i called my friend back last night and asked her to call 911, she did that, they came, the place smelled bad, emt's went through the door, he was in bad shape, had no idea who he was ,what year it was , blah blah, apartment like an oven ( no air on for days) they took him to the hospital (still breathing) anyway, i don't write much or be in contact as i would want brothers, but it seems to me no matter what direction i turn i am ducking bullets.
Well, that's some of it, i am still getting to the vet support meetings every week and keeping it together. love and respect brothers. Laam i need to get a copy of dd214 to you right?
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
yes 214 to LAAM,sorry to hear about your brother hang in there BROTHER.
J.C. from Wichita Falls wrote on 07/12/2019 at 12:53 pm:
I had a simi.push my off the rd. on the way back from Red River . I rode the last 250 miles with a busted rear end. 3 weeks and $1900.00 and I get my bike back today. I was not hurt just shaken up a little .LLRBF J.C.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
wow holy shit glad you r okay.I hate riding by those big trucks so I try to get away as fast as I can LLRB
LAAM from Norwood wrote on 07/11/2019 at 6:20 pm:
I would also wish my Brother Clutch a huge welcome back, and look forward to seeing and sharing a Cup with him..!
Also keep Brelon in your prayers....
LAAM from Norwood wrote on 07/11/2019 at 6:16 pm:
Busy day, but hopefully all comes out well. We now have a Prospect way up NE of the country, Dutch secured him an app. and ck's in the box, and I Wish him clear lanes and sunny skies.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Welcome Home Wrongway and now your journey shall begin,Grumpy you have work ahead.Another Prospect for the East.
Spokes from South Texas wrote on 07/10/2019 at 3:52 pm:
Hey guys, Skinner turned me on to your Web site and I got'a say I'm impressed. Loved looking at all the pics. Especially the one in GBNF where C.C. is "guarding" my old Heritage! LoL. The pictures bought back a lot of memories and great rides. I'm glad you Renegade's are growing. Your last National brought back some memories also. I was there a few years ago and that place is very humbling. Love and miss you all. Spokes
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS for the memories.
raymondkoch wrote on 07/10/2019 at 8:24 am:
Clutch has been Patched in by his BROTHERS in the Northwest Region.
Welcome home sorry the rest of us were not there but I know you were well taken care of.Thanks to those that showed up for his ceremony.Pictures have been sent so check your mail box e-mail.
Remember also to check any applications we have changed the money amount due to increase in cost for Patches.
Please do not send in request for single personal patch she has a fit when that happens always check with LAAM or find a place to do it for yourself.Dutch has a contact if you need to have a special item.
Brothers I really appreciate all you do for the CLUB and remember to tell us on the web page what's up in your AO good r bad big r small we need to hear from ya.
Going to be 105 hear today and the grass needs cutting so I need to go.
Grumpy good luck with the new addition to your family,labs can be a hand full please send pic's.
LLRBF SKINNER
TWIN from TEXAS wrote on 07/09/2019 at 2:21 pm:
We just got back from Wisconsin . Got to see 3 of my grandkids. I was also there to see my son in law off to a year in Afghanistan . The wars change, but not the American service man .They still leave their family to go fight for our country. It makes me proud of our young men and women who serve. LLRBF Twin
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Prayers for his safety.