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raymondkoch wrote on 06/30/2018 at 3:59 pm:
well a new BROTHER has been added and we are very proud to have Steamer a full patch member.
also thanks goes out to Brother Radio for stepping up to take the Presidency of the North West Brother Herky has done a great job and left u some big shoes to fill.
Thanks to River,April,Top and Debbie for hosting the 2018 National.We all had a great time.Big plans being made for 2019 already.
Please make contact with us so we all know Brothers made it home safely.
I will be issuing a statement e-mail of the 2018 National and all the things we did and what's coming up soon.
Thanks to all
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 06/18/2018 at 2:06 pm:
Ronald Green when I was in Vietnam
There was no thought of color. We were brothers in arms. How any military MC
could think otherwise, I don't know. If you apply and a accepted you will find we are a Brotherhood who care about each other. It is the only way a Nomad club can survive. I for one would be glad to welcome you.
RONALD GREENzI from Altoona wrote on 06/15/2018 at 10:37 am:
I was very surprised to see Nam Vets Nomad Club. I was impressed by the wording of the by laws. I first became aware of VNVM/C in 1986 and associated with a great bunch of brothers and saw a Black Vet patched into the Rockville MD chapter. Fast forward many years later I stopped riding and returned to two wheels. I inquired into VNVM/C and was told only whites were accepted no more any Nam brother. My question is, what are requirements for Nam Vets Nomads regarding race. Thank you. My name is Ron Green USMC. 1973 1977. rondalegreen@gmail.com.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Ron we require a DD 214 and other proof of your service.Check out our contact page or send me your address and I'll send u more info and a application.
Thanks Skinner National President Nam Vets M/C
Doc Gonzo from BECKLEY wrote on 06/13/2018 at 12:59 pm:
Hello Brothers, Supports, Prospects, & well wishers! Greetings from the Great coal mining State of West (by God) Virginia!!!

Well, damn, I was looking forward to attending this year's National on a shiny new (to me) Electra Glide. Not in the cards this year, so you'll be seeing me on old, reliable Rhonda.

Turns out Black Betty, aptly named as I've discovered, needs a bunch of work before she's totally road-worthy. That's okay though, that will give me an extra year to put some flair on her.

Can hardly wait to get to see my Brothers again. It's going to be EPIC!!! Likewise I can hardly wait to get a another GREAT LONG ride under my belt.

LLRBF

DG
raymondkoch wrote on 06/13/2018 at 6:42 am:
well alright we r drawing down to the last few days before our National meeting.Last minute checks in order tires ,brakes gear all in good shape.Route picked and telephone numbers handy.Please ride safe watch out for cages and phone users.Our group will be on the road starting ,for me on the 21st,then we leave the 22nd to meet up with Brothers.Then on to 90 and onto National.See ya all soon.
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 06/12/2018 at 7:25 am:
Had a good visit from West Pres. River on Sunday. Discussed club business went out for lunch. Always good to see
a Brother. See all my fellow Patchholders, Supports and Prospect soon.
LLRB
Grumpy
Ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 06/02/2018 at 10:23 am:
Up early trying to beat the heat. Shoulder feels pretty good still have a little pain when I move it the wrong way. Glad to hear we have a new prospect. Its going to be 104* today, its like a blow torch when ridding. Later Prospect Steamer
Doc Gonzo from BECKLEY wrote on 05/28/2018 at 10:45 pm:
Greetings BROTHERS; Supports, Prospects, friends and well wishers.

My AOR remains WET, almost as bad as Slingy's up there in the top left corner.

Got room reserved for me and our Brother riding together.

Big day tomorrow, I'm closing on my new house. Brothers it's HUGE, plenty of room for all y'all to drop in anytime. Door is always open as you all know.

Getting excited about National. Really looking forward to time with Brothers; and getting some decent miles on my scoot this year. If everything goes the way I'm planning, I'll get more miles in this Summer than I have in the past 3 years combined.

Anyways, just thought I'd drop a line or two and let everyone know I'm still alive and reasonably well. Oh, on that, started PT at the local VA Hosp. Even after just one visit, I've had great progress and now feel I'm pretty much where I should be in recovery.

LLRBF

DG
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
HEY DOC SOUNDS LIKE ALL IS GOING YOUR WAY,GREAT NEWS.GETTING REAL CLOSE TO MEETING DAY.LLRB
Dutch from Montana wrote on 05/28/2018 at 7:09 pm:
Read some great words on our GB. The line was drawn and we stepped over it, Every Brother must look inside and decide on the move they made.
Our strength comes from those who did not bail !
Today is Memorial Day, and I did what I have always done, I rode. The Patch we wear gives me iron....
I stopped at a crossroads to pound down a cold one. Was standing in a shaded spot when I saw a white SUV pull onto the road where I was parked. It was the local Sheriff , he waved as he drove by my sled. What can I say, I'm left handed. I raised my left hand to wave back, forgetting I was holding a fresh can of beer in it. He smiled and drove on by ??? Only in Montana ! Respect to all my Vietnam Vet Brothers, it's been a long road !
NVFFNV ......
SKINNER NATIONAL PRESIDENT wrote on 05/28/2018 at 11:48 am:
BROTHERS,PROSPECT AND SUPPORT;
Today Memorial Day this year has new meaning,last year we lost our Brother Gary CC Our National V.P. A true Brother in every sense of the word.So I asked all members to take a moment of silence in his honor and respect and for all other Brothers that were lost in our shared WAR. RIP SALUTE I MISS U.
NAM VETS NOMAD M/C FOREVER
NATIONAL PRESIDENT SKINNER
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 05/28/2018 at 9:20 am:
As we near the 1st anniversary of the founding of our Brotherhood, I would like to thank everyone for the hard work and great courage it took to make the leap. Some who I still call Brothers could not see their way to go with us.
It is a sad thing, we are making it work.
I live in an area dominated by a 1% club
And have no problems wearing my colors everywhere. Have been asked why we are not affiliated with a dominate club, the answer is easy. I tell them that a Nomads we ride in many states and an affiliate, or known associate, patch would put our Nomad status in jeopardy. I maintain friendly ties and exchange cards and Respect to all.
Once again, my hat off to all who have decided to take the journey with us.
My love and Respect.
Grumpy.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
with out your BROTHERHOOD and others we would have failed, but we live on, no regrets for us.I'm sure some that did not make the move have regrets and we miss them.NVMCFFNVMC.
Bear Thompson from Cross wrote on 05/25/2018 at 4:17 pm:
Brothers, Prospects and Support,
Hope all are well. All good in my A.O.
Can't wait to land at LZ Days End for Brotherhood at it's finest! I know it will be 1 for the books. I am bringing my GoPro so I can record and hopefully make somewhat of a video to reflect on later. Glad to hear Brothers had a good run in the West . Just looked at the calendar and man o man it is getting closer than I thought ! Sickle had a health check and all is well. Rode to Myrtle Beach Spring Rally, what a good turnout ! Got a lot of comments on our Colors all good! Keep on keepin on Brothers it won't be long now!
All for now, Bear out!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
GREAT TO READ YOUR POST.YES IT'S GETTING CLOSE AND EXCITEMENT IS BUILDING SAFE TRAVELS TO ALL.
Dutch from Montana wrote on 05/24/2018 at 8:42 am:
Just returned from a great Northwest Spring Regional, was good to see Brothers again. Seattle & Scout attended (I thought they were just a legend), along with Support Stephanie & Trina. NWRP Herky put a lot of work in getting this together, and hit it out of the park. What Herky accomplished was a Regional with a 100% attendance, along with our Support. I don't know if that will ever "repeat", but I sure hope so. The weather (at least for me) was spectacular, Brothers on the Washington coast had to deal with a little wet, but it didn't stop'em.
The Motel was small, clean, comfortable and friendly. It was just far enough away from the Tourist Traps, yet close enough where we could ride to visit. Had gas & cafe within walking distance, and we woke in the mornings to the crow of a rooster. The people in the area treated us well, all in all, was a good ride and would do the 900 miles again. Lookin' forward to the National next month, this year is shaping up to be a very good year. The Nam Vets MC Patch is alive and well in the Northwest !
LLRBF
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
GLAD U ALL HAD A GREAT TIME CAN'T WAIT TO GET THE DETAILS.
Seattle from Seattle wrote on 05/23/2018 at 11:18 am:
Just got back from first run in the Northwest. Looking forward to many more. Great new friends.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
SOME GREAT PICTURES "DUTCH"SENT OUT.NOW ON TO NATIONAL.
raymondkoch wrote on 05/18/2018 at 8:58 am:
BROTHERS,PROSPECTS,SUPPORT AND VISITORS,
SOON THE WEST WILL HAVE A HISTORICAL EVENT THEIR FIRST REGIONAL SPRING RUN.OH HOW I WISH I COULD BE THERE WITH YOU TO ENJOY THE BROTHERHOOD.YOU WILL BE IN MY THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.
OUR RINGS ARE DONE AND WILL BE ON OUR FINGERS SHORTLY ANOTHER STEP.OVER 8500 VISITS TO OUR WEB PAGE ,WHO WOULD HAVE GUESSED THAT IN SUCH A SHORT TIME.
NEXT ON TO NATIONAL.MILES AND MILES OF RIDING WITH A GREAT JOURNEY OF BROTHERHOOD.RIVER HAS THINGS WORKED OUT TO A VERY PRECISE AND ENJOYABLE ENDING.THANKS TO ALL FOR THE HARD WORK.
TAKING IRISH IN FOR SERVICE AND PREP FOR THE RIDE DO NOT WANT ANY PROBLEMS.WE WILL HAVE A CHASE VEHICLE WITH TRAILER OF GOODIES JUST IN CASE SO GET THE PHONE NUMBERS.
PLEASE RIDE OFTEN AND BE SAFE.
LLRB SKINNER
Zippo from Oak Hill wrote on 05/13/2018 at 6:19 pm:
LHRB... Zippo.. VNVMC.. Chapter F.. Ohio
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS FOR THE ENTRY...RESPECT TO U AND VNV
Ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 05/13/2018 at 8:22 am:
To all Vietnam Vet Wife's.
Happy Mothers Day.
Prospect Steamer.
Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 05/11/2018 at 2:42 pm:
Greeting Brothers, Supports, Prospects & Friends!!

I've been quite for a bit, not much news out of my AO. Finally got my scoot back from the shop yesterday. Once again everything is working the way it's supposed to, fresh fluids brakes are good and the tires are fair. The air's not showing through anyway.

So my summer plans have changed some. Closing on a new house the end of the month. So I'll get moved before National and execute my plans to see Son and Grands after National. Hoping to get at least 5k on this summer, 10,000 would be a lot better. Trying to make up for the pitiful showing of the last couple of years riding. Or not riding as the case may be.

Looking forward to seeing everyone at National. Hopefully health and weather will hold and we'll have a great time.

LLRFB

DG
Floyd Ites (Bud) from Iowa Falls wrote on 05/11/2018 at 4:25 am:
Good morning, sounds like a great club, great people and a brotherhood of people on a mission with a cause to remember , I ridden a harley for 43 years and never wanted to belong to a club till now. Thank you for who you are. Bud
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
HEY BUD FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US ON OUR CONTACT PAGE OR AT E-MAIL ADDRESS --skinnernvmc@gmail.com..
Ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 04/29/2018 at 11:26 am:
Patch Holder Grumpy, I looked up Blessing of the bikes at Bald Knob Cross. Sounds like a great event for bikers. Be safe and have fun. Prospect Steamer