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Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 02/10/2018 at 8:15 am:
Heading into spring things are getting brighter. My Brother and ESAA Brelon is doing better, I'm so thankful for that. My wife is off curt he's and using a cane in therapy. Maybe a few weeks can lose the same.
The East is doing good, despite no spring run as of yet. Looking forward to the National and would love to see everyone. We are a dinosaur club and we are getting older, it is my wish that at least once I could meet, hug and welcome home every Brother. Remember wives and significant others are welcome.
Doc Gonzo from Cheyenne wrote on 02/09/2018 at 12:21 am:
WOO HOO big day for me today. Got back home from back East about noon; napped, bc that's part of what we do LOL; got up and mounted motorcycle wheel chocks in my trailer.

What made it a WOO HOO day was I actually DROVE my truck and RODE my motorcycle. Okay, I'll admit it wasn't very far, but I DID RIDE, in traffic. MAN IT FELT GOOD!!

Things are all in place for the big move. Headed out again on Monday with a load of BT's stuff so she can set up house and get to work. I'll be there a couple of weeks, then back here and packing up the rest.

Say Prez River or SAA Top, if you'se guys would like to lend a hand AFTER all is packed, I could use an assist painting and ripping up carpet. Say early March?

DG out for now

Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
all sounds good DOC but take it slow don't rush that new knee.
Skinner National President from Piedmont,Mo wrote on 02/07/2018 at 12:55 pm:
I believe it is the duty of the President of this fantastic Club to give a State of the Club report.
We are in GREAT shape, all members are present and accounted for.The three that were in the hospital are out and recovering.Our bank account has funds and is in the good hands of our National Secretary/Treasurer LAAM.The National Vice President is doing a great job on getting us a Club Ring so please contact Dutch with your order or no I'm not interested at this time. Once all have answered we will compile the picks and vote on a final design.You must submit your size.
We are growing as you know Steamer has completed his paperwork and has been approved for Prospecting.
Our web page is up and running with over 6000 visits,who would have thought that in less than a year.
River and the West members have found a great place for National and I hope all that can will attend.
My job as President has been a overwhelming job at times but the membership has come together and helped.I can hardly find the words to say how much that means to me.Thank you never seems to be enough.
With those thoughts I will close keep up the great job and please post here often so we know what is going on in your A.O.
Skinner LLRBF
Prospect Steamer wrote on 02/05/2018 at 5:42 pm:
Thanks again to all patch holder for the get well messages and candy. I can't wait to meet Nam Vets M/C Patch Holders.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
I have all your paperwork and Laam and I both checked it for approval so full Steamer ahead.
Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 02/05/2018 at 1:25 pm:
I WISH I were running marathons. Sadly, not even 5ks for me ... yet.

Doing well though. Found a great house for a decent price in my new AO. Will be in old AO for another few months though.

Other than that, not much going on with me. I suspect I'd be enjoying retirement more if not for the surgery. but the up side is, before long I'll be mended and good to go

LLRBF Brothers
Herky from Idaho wrote on 02/05/2018 at 11:03 am:
Happy for you Prospect Steamer, shoulder fixed, and on track with the Nam Vet's Nomad MC. Speed recovery and back in the saddle soon I hope.
raymondkoch wrote on 02/03/2018 at 9:06 am:
Dutch from Montana wrote on 02/01/2018 at 7:50 pm:
Update on Prospect Steamer:
He went in for surgery on his shoulder today, is at home this evening. All went well, and he is on the mend (with some help from pain meds). Wish'n him a speedy recovery ! Brother Doc, I fig'r you are running marathons by now. You guy's keep this up, and our Club may have 100 year old Patch Holders ridin' this country.....
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Scout from Issaquah wrote on 02/01/2018 at 3:34 pm:
Hope everyone had a great Holiday!
Here it is Feb. already.
The bike hasn't seen the light of day this year yet.
Can't wait to get it uncovered and hit the road.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
George Reischling from Rutledge, Tennessee wrote on 01/31/2018 at 4:33 pm:

I came upon your site while surfing the net and knew that the above statement would have special meaning for all of you. Helicopter units delivered us, prepped our landing zones and wrought devastation upon the enemy when we needed help. Their support was invaluable and saved many lives. I served with 3/22nd, 25th Infantry Division out of Tay Ninh as an infantryman. Fought the NVA on the slopes of Nui Ba Den twice with numerous firefights in and around the area bordering the Cambodian border. The cover photo on my site looks out the front window of a Huey onto the Black Virgin Mountain. Remember your Christmas in Vietnam? Mine was spent on an ambush patrol near the Cambodian border. After 5 months in the field, I was pulled to the 93rd Evac at Long Binh to work with soldiers suffering from combat fatigue. Over the last 10 years, I chronicled my tour of duty and the response has been overwhelming. There are presently over One Hundred 5 Star Reviews worldwide

I believe that you will relate to this true story of the fight for Nui Ba Den and the struggles and sacrifices that the soldiers who served their country in Vietnam endured. Thousands of Vietnam Veterans have proudly endorsed these memoirs. Please check out the website at courageonthemountain.com with the accompanying introduction. It will make you proud for your service and all the men and women who served our country during the Vietnam war.

I proud that you made it home brother! Thank you for your service and May God Bless!
George Reischling
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thank you and Welcome home.Stop by anytime and leave a thought or two.
Vgrumpy from Sesser wrote on 01/31/2018 at 7:39 am:
Sitting here thinking, we are a Brotherhood. Sometimes we tend to forget that. Most of us are by nature, loners. That's why we only gather on special occasions.
Now, that being said, any Brother is obligated to every other Brother by our word and bond. If you are a Patchholder, prospect or support every other member of this club is here for you. We are only a phone call, or message away. You are never alone,
never think that. It is our duty and honor to care for each other.
President East Region
Nam Vets MC Nomads
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
well said My BROTHER,without each other bonding together under our Patch we r nothing more than a bunch of riders.
ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 01/30/2018 at 5:53 pm:
I have sent my application in.
Thanks for the help Dutch.
raymondkoch wrote on 01/29/2018 at 6:26 pm:
Dutch from Montana wrote on 01/28/2018 at 9:36 am:
Brothers, still shovel'n snow up here but at least the calendar is moving in the right direction.
There's talk of a Spring Regional, the 1st for our reinstated NW Region, good work NWP Herky.
Some may have noticed a post in our GB by Ed Stanley , I want to take a moment to introduce him to our Brotherhood.
Ed and I served in Nam together, oh I don't know, something like 51 years ago ??? It's tough to say what a "lift" it was to get his email. Ed, like the rest of us took to the motorcycle and is riding today.
I considered Ed a Brother back then and I consider him a Brother today. This all goes to show, it's not that big of a world. Ed has expressed interest in our Patch, and all I got to say about that is "Welcome Home"..
So far, 2018 is shaping up to be a very good year !
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
he has been sent a application LLRB Skinner
Herky from Idaho wrote on 01/27/2018 at 10:20 pm:
Greetings to you Ed Stanley, appreciate your drop by on our page. I'm proud to serve here with Dutch with the Nam Vet's Nomads too. Keep in touch.
raymondkoch wrote on 01/26/2018 at 10:18 pm:
well we have a problem in our contact page, so if you tried to get a hold of us by filling out the contact page and nobody answered just send me a inquiry via my e-mail direct.sorry for the inconvenience but shit just happens.
soon as we can we will fix the problem.
buda from high springs, fl wrote on 01/26/2018 at 8:03 pm:
good evening brothers one and all, health issues have kept me quite some but nothing a good ride won't cure, brother Bear is gonna order me one of those GB whips in yellow and black. Grumpy how is your wife doing?
I was going to go look at a couple of touring hogs, but you know what I'm not ready to part with my heritage softail classic just yet, ha!
I received my "BrakeAway cruise control" today, it looks like a fine piece of metal work, i found soe you tube videos on how to get it over the Kuryakyn grips and then it will be some time and read the instructions!!
Gotta go now, looking forward to the National in between surgery omg! hahah
Ed Stanley from Glendale, Az wrote on 01/25/2018 at 4:44 pm:
I was in vietnam with Dutch.
Aug 66-April 68 back to back tour.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks for the POST maybe we will meet up someday.
Sling Blade from Out 'dere, WA wrote on 01/25/2018 at 1:21 pm:
Greeting and Salutations to all Brothers, Supporters, Family, Friends, and Future Associates!
2018...has a nice ring to it, don't it?
All is outstanding in my AO, it begins with the simple act of getting out of bed- and the rest is bonus with the life we live.
I really love the countdown to NR and info banner added to the page- outstanding! We are rolling into the future with a grin on our chin and fun in the sun coming any day to mark another Spring & Summer with road war stories and bragging rights!
55 days to Spring- got oil?
Now's the time to get right, learn up, rehearse our recruiting pitch to potential prospects, future brothers.
Being Nomads, each one of us is a chapter, we represent the club history, task, and purpose.
Where we step, the club is there, what we do says more about our Brotherhood than a whole webpage or hours of talking.
The Club is our symbol, our shield, our life- then and now, and the safe harbor so many of our generation long for, but can't seem to find in this throw away, superficial, glitter society- where honor is joked about and fidelity is ridiculed.
Like our page banner says, we ride as Nam Vets MC Nomad because we HAVE made a difference and want the world to remember all those who stood that line, in that time, those who fell, or never got the chance to return and tell!
Each of us is all that- Duty, Honor, Country, Brothers, Family, Friends, and those who put themselves in danger for the benefit of others.
Think, Plan, Do, Act- the world keeps turning like our motorcycle wheels!
With that I bid my goodbye, take what I said as a grain of salt or a poke in the eye, and get on your bad motor scooters and fly!
Sling Blade NSAA
Bear from Cross, S.C. wrote on 01/20/2018 at 11:57 am:
Greetings Brothers,
Hope all are doing well! As for me things couldn't be better. We have a Greatgrandson now and he is healthy, thank God !
The weather has been a little strange, lows in the teens and 5" of snow! Thought I left that stuff in N.W.Washington! Really looking forward to riding with Brothers again!
Doing a little dye work on my well worn cut and it looks pretty good, not new lookin but not raggity.
Well not to much going on here except daily grind so I will say bye for now and hope God will send blessings your way!

PS, Grumpy, I hope your wife gets well soon!

Love, Loyalty and Respect,
Brother Bear