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RTO from West Mifflin, Pa 15122 wrote on 06/19/2020 at 8:07 am:
Greeting Boss Skinner, patched members, fellow prospects, & support,
Hoping this entry finds all in excellent health.
what the heck is going on with this weather here, 90's three days and then 70's for 5, raining today no humidity and the next week looks like all rain. Hope it clears up before the 4th weekend, friends and I are riding north of Pittsburgh to stay the weekend at the "Caboose Motel", it's all caboose's that were converted into motel rooms and are painted the color of the line they once were attached to.
My grandson Rocky Ace is growing like a weed, he's 9lbs 5ozs now, some babies are born at that weight. he hates baths and lets you know it, lol sounds like some old people.
new bike is running great, got hirise bars on it so far, Kerker slipons are next on the list and that will be next month.
going to order from Custom Engraving ltd a new custom derby cover with the 101st screaming eagle on it, the one from my 2012 is to small and won't fit, if anyone is interested in it we can swap or barter for a part..
well that about dose it for now, so until my next entry, god bless you all, stay safe and healthy, keep the shinny side up
LLRB
RTO...………………………..out
Richard Irons from Clearlake wrote on 06/16/2020 at 11:17 am:
Greetings to all from Wonderful Wet Western Washington. Guess the global warming bus missed our stop. Still looking forward to two weeks of Summer.
Governor has finally given us a temporary parole. With a little cooperation from my back, should be able to head out for a Northwest Region tour. Hope to see all my Region Brothers soon.
Hope all are well and able to make the most of one more riding season. Respect to all.

NVFFNV
Radio
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Laam came over for a quick visit and ride.Always a pleasure to be together and wind in the face.Hope all are getting some seat time.
LLRB
Hands (Prospect) from Los Angeles wrote on 06/15/2020 at 1:41 pm:
A belated greeting to all, and a special salute and well wishes to those on the sick list!
Aside from a couple of full sea bags of domestic stuff, things are fine. It looks like my phone tag with Steamer and Gearbox might be over, we plan to meet in Palm Springs, (aprox100 mi) this week. Again, they've been trying to reach me for a while and I was up to my neck in "stuff" but that's 98% over now. We have the time, date, and place to hook up. This is short msg just to ring in, I'll get back soon.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Take care of business and all is good.
GearBox from Surprise, AZ wrote on 06/11/2020 at 11:58 am:
Greetings All, Just a quick check in. Brother Steamer and I went to Breakfast this morning, Outside of the distancing stuff, almost felt normal our AO again. Thoughts for all on the mend. Weather is getting really nice, stay safe all. I guess from being couped up all this time , some people are putting to pedal down, so please be careful. GearBox NVFFNV LLRBF
George Reischling from Rutledge wrote on 06/10/2020 at 9:50 pm:
"To those who have fought for it, Life has a flavor that the protected will never know!"

I served with the 25th Infantry Division as an infantryman out of Tay Ninh, Vietnam in 1969-70. Our main objective was an enemy mountain fortress that towered over the surrounding terrain and served as a staging area for enemy soldiers coming from the last finger of the Ho Chi Minh trail several miles to the west in Cambodia. It housed an NVA general, and hospital and was protected by a large contingent of elite NVA soldiers determined to die rather than surrender the mountain. The "mountain" as it was called by all who attempted to take it guaranteed a hellacious battle with the angel of death hovering near anytime that it was our mission.


Courage on the Mountain is a captivating and true memoir with over 100 five star reviews. It was written to reach out to all of my brothers and sisters who honorably served in the war and now wear the title of "Vietnam Veteran." courageonthemountain.com Welcome home brothers! I'm proud that you made it home and am proud to have served with you!


George Reischling
Courage on the Mountain
courageonthemountain.com
greischling@hotmail.com
RTO from West Mifflin, Pa wrote on 06/10/2020 at 7:30 am:
great morning boss skinner, patched members, fellow prospects & support,
well here it is June 10, the weather is beginning to warm up, the days are getting longer and the nights are stronger than moonshine, that sounds familiar.
got rejected on my neuropathy claim, so now to file an appeal.
my grandson will be 1 month in a couple of days and growing a weed, and he is so precious.
took a ride up north Saturday to go horse back riding, had a ton of enjoyment..
talked to boss Skinner the other day, always a good talk, said he's doing good, told he when the pandemic restriction are raised that I'd like to take a ride out his way to meet greet, gonna see what my sponsor Doc Gonzo things and go from there.
hope everyone is in great spirits and health.. be safe brothers & sisters.
LLRB
RTO...……………….out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS for the post and looking forward to a get together this summer with at least part of the BROTHERHOOD.
TX Girl from Nocona Hills wrote on 06/06/2020 at 3:51 pm:
Hi everyone! It's getting toasty down here in the Lone Star State. Twin and I took our trikes out today. I'm still getting used to riding a trike. Nocona Hills is the perfect area to practice. We have alot of hills and curvy roads. Of course it was in the triple digits outside. I think we lost 20 pounds each.
My thoughts and prayers go out to LAAM, Skinner, and Thumper. You will all be in my thoughts and prayers. I look forward to seeing you at Nationals next year.
That's about all for now, if I left anyone out let me know and I apologize in advance.
Tx Girl out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS have fun and be safe.
GearBox from Surprise, AZ wrote on 06/05/2020 at 12:16 pm:
Greetings Boss, patched brothers, prospects, support and all visitors to our site. All is good our AO, RP Steamer and family also doing good his AO. Shout out to Laam, received wife's support stuff, Thank You. Hope all are staying safe. Keeping all those on the mend in our thoughts. Staying hydrated, been in triple digits here. All for now . GearBox
Thumper from P-Burg wrote on 06/02/2020 at 11:20 pm:
Greetings from Thumper and his trusty Steed, Thunder. In all seriousness, I would like to thank everyone that Sent there well wishes and greetings for my loss. No parent, should ever lose a child. Cancer is a terrible thing, My little girl, fought the good fight. But In the end, cancer raised its ugly head and took my baby away from me. You, were all there for me and I will never, ever forget it. God bless you all and may we ride strong forever. Because, in me end, it don't mean nothing.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
BROTHERHOOD is with us all.
raymondkoch wrote on 06/02/2020 at 11:01 am:
Thumper I know I speak for our entire Brotherhood,Support members and Prospects when I say we all feel your pain in your loss.I lost my son 16yrs ago and it always seems like yesterday.Time goes on but our loss is there and will remain with us all as memories of the great times we had.
LLRB
RTO from West Mifflin wrote on 06/02/2020 at 8:41 am:
top of the morning Boss Skinner, patched members, prospects & support,
well it's Tuesday, primary election day, heading out to vote soon.
Pittsburgh is going green on Friday, it's a start, but not good for bar owners, you can only have 50% capacity including employees, stupidity at it's best..
Got new hirise bars on my bike this past week, gonna take some time to get used of the odd angle of the handles.
Weather has been great, nice and hot during the day and cool at night, helps the electric bill for sure.
Benn seeing my grandson once a week, he's growing at the right pace.
Got the top rocker and prospect patches on my vest, just have to wait until a tailor opens to have them sewn on.
hoping the short message finds every member and their families in excellent health.
until my next entry stay safe and keep the shinny side up,
LLRBF
RTO...…………………….out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Great to hear from ya hope we can get together before the good riding time ends.I put 10 in bars on Pearl and you r right it takes a bit to get use to.Went thru ILLINOIS on week end to Perkin for a paint ball competition the grandson was in.Their team took 4th first time they placed.ILLINOIS is still under a tight space rule so getting food was a little weird.Had to call in for reservations at a bar.
LLRB
Brother BD from SW Washington wrote on 06/01/2020 at 12:15 pm:
Greetings to all my Brothers, supports and prospects! I am back home where I belong and I feel great..Thank you Boss and NVP Dutch for your heartfelt words to me. Thank you regional Pres Radio, NSAA Slingblade and Brother Clutch for the great get together. It was great seeing you again. I am looking forward to seeing everyone when we can. I fly our colors with great pride and honor!
LLRBF BD
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Great to have you back I also can not wait for a meet and greet for all of us.BROTHERHOOD is who we are and what we are.
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 05/31/2020 at 12:35 pm:
Patchholders, Supports, Prospects greetings.
It is time to start riding. Their are places we need to be. We will be getting with you shortly in the East.
Grumpy over and out.
Thumper from P-burg wrote on 05/31/2020 at 12:12 am:
Greetings to all patched members, prospects and supports.
This is a note to all prospects. I just read every post on this site. if you haven't done so, I suggest that you do it now. It would be a great way for you to learn about this club. It took several days but by the time I got through it, I felt like I new every member as if they were my own brother or sister. It was in fact, a very good read. I have never felt closer to anyone, in all my years, then I do too this Club. Thumper, over and out.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
That is a great idea for all to accomplish.I read them because I try and make sure all POSTING is correct and done with good intentions.
Michael Robeson from Perrysburg wrote on 05/29/2020 at 12:55 pm:
Greetings to all from your newest Prospect. Just thought I would put this out there. I was going to let the other guys choose my road name, however after careful consideration and thought process I shall now be referred to as Thumper. When we meet, I will tell you why and how I came up with that name. I hope that when this covid-19 is over we will all have a chance to get together for fun and fellowship. Till then, keep it upright and between the lines. Stay Safe. God bless you all. This is THUMPER over and out.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Nice glad you came up with a good road name I had one also.
Keep posting so we know more about what's up in your AO.
LLRB
raymondkoch wrote on 05/24/2020 at 8:11 am:
WELL GREETINGS TO ALL WE ARE THE REMAINING WARRIORS OF A TERRIBLE WAR.MOST OF US STILL FIGHT IT EITHER AT NIGHT OR THRU SOME FORM OF AGENT ORANGE ,DIABETES,HEART PROBLEMS ,PROSTATE ETC.
I AM VERY PROUD TO BE A PART OF THIS CLUB AND CAN NOT SAY IN WORDS HOW PROUD I AM OF EACH AND EVERYONE OF MY BROTHERS,SUPPORT AND PROSPECTS. WE ARE HERE TO REMEMBER AND PAY RESPECTS TO ALL THE FALLEN OF EVERY WAR TODAY,MY FAMILY WILL BE GOING TO OUR CHURCH FOR THE FIRST TIME IN WEEKS TO PRAY FOR ALL.
WELCOME HOME AND MAY GOD BLESS US ONE AND ALL.
LLRBF NAM VETS NOMAD FOREVER.
RTO from West Mifflin, pa wrote on 05/24/2020 at 7:15 am:
Great morning Boss Skinner, patched members, fellow prospects, & support
Hoping everyone is doing well and moving to the green stage of the pandemic, D-9 and I got to take the scooter out for day ride with some friends today, felt good to get out.
I bought some goodies for the scoot, a few chrome bazels, pipes, highrise handlebars, all with my stimulus check.
My grandson is now a week old and doing great.
last but not least, I wish to all members of all capacities in the Nam Vets MC welcome home, have a wonderful Memorial Day, and God bless each and everyone of you
RTO...…………………….out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS FOR THINKING ABOUT ALL OF US AND BROTHERS PASSED.
GearBox from Surprise,AZ wrote on 05/23/2020 at 12:11 pm:
Greetings to all patched, prospects, support and all who visit our page. Boss you are in our thoughts, as is Laam and all on the mend. This is Somber weekend at my AO. State is only doing a virtual service on tv to remember our fallen, due to 19. But we ride for all the fallen. Most of us have had friends we remember that did not get the chance to come back to the world, But they are always in our hearts, as is all of us who have also lost relatives from other wars, they are not and never will be forgotten. I wear this cut with pride and Honor to them all, And I think they are looking down on us and saying , Ride on Brothers and Sisters, We ride with you !!. SW SAA GearBox
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks for the words of thought.
Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 05/23/2020 at 11:05 am:
Greetings Brothers, Supports, Prospects, future Prospects and well-wishers

Hoping this Memorial Day weekend finds everyone healthy, or well on the mend.

Finally got that jungle some call a yard mowed down. Rain let up enough to get it done. Really, I'd rather been riding, but had chores to do.

All is well here. Singer and I doing good. Things are starting to re-open. Discovered my barber is open, so Tuesday it's a mop chop for me.

Just checking in, let everyone know I'm alive and well.

ML&R LLRBF

Doc Gonzo
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Alive and on the mend here as well.Grass got cut three days ago and you would not know it.UGH
Richard Starnes from Jackson wrote on 05/22/2020 at 3:11 pm:
Hello to Everyone,
Dropping by just to Hi and all is well.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks BROTHER