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THUMPER from P-burg, Ohio wrote on 04/26/2021 at 7:43 am
Greetings, Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Members, Prospects, and Supports.

All is well in my AO.
Did get some unexpected snow for a couple of days. That's Ohio for ya.
I'm not getting much wind therapy these days due to the constant care of my 92 year old mother. She can no longer be left by herself. I swore an oath to her many years ago that she would never ever end up in a nursing home if I had anything to say about it. It's a hard thing waiting for God's angels to come and lift this burden.

On a lighter side I'm waiting for our get together and a chance to meet all the New Prospects (WELCOME HOME BROTHERS)

Till we meet again this is your Brother THUMPER Signing Out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
FAMILY ALWAYS COMES FIRST BLESS YOU
Twin from Wichita Falls wrote on 04/25/2021 at 9:55 pm
Happy Sunday to all officers , patch holders support and prospects .
I took the trike out for a 100 mile shake down ride today. Every thing worked great .I think for safety , I will get a new ft. tire. I want every thing in good shape for NR 2021.
I go to the Dr. the 28th to have my knee x-rayed . I want to get me in good shape to.

LLRB TWIN
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
SOUNDS LIKE A GOOD PLAN RIDE SAFE
John from Lees Summit wrote on 04/25/2021 at 6:42 pm
Greetings to Boss Skinner, officers, patched members, prospects and support. Today the south winds blew in a 77 degree day and it was much needed. Tomorrow it’s supposed to get up to the mid 80’s, is that too hot to ride! LOL! So looking forward to nationals and meeting up with everyone. I hope this finds everyone in good spirits and good health. See you all soon.
MLL&R
Rebel
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS FOR THE POST SAFE RIDING TO YOU.
Ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 04/25/2021 at 12:05 pm
Good morning to Nam Vets and Prospects. Just had a long talk with Wayne Watts new prospect. Looks like he is heading my way for a visit, can't wait. Checked in with Sunset Resort we have cabin 11. Had a little cancer on the nose they removed it all is good. Going for cataract eye surgery next month, they said it's know big deal.
Boy when rains it pours. Take care stay healthy,
Love You Guys.
Steamer NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
BROTHER you will be in a #1 shape for NATIONAL and you won't believe how much better you will see things.
Dutch from Montana wrote on 04/25/2021 at 12:00 pm
Looking forward to National, got about 7 weeks before "rollout date". Have a cabin reserved and our route is set.
SW Reg. Pres. Steamer and I went together, had a nice engraved 112 Ranger style Buck Knife, out of their "Buck Knife Custom Shop", made special for the Nam Vets M/C. Will make a nice raffle prize for some lucky Brother.
Hoping Boss meets his goal for the Guestbook, such a small request from a Brother who gives so much to this M/C.
Would also like to see, just once, 100% of our Patched Brothers make this 2021 National. What a period it would put on 2020, Nam Vet style, and what a picture that would make !
LHRB ....
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
love ya BROTHER
Rascal from Pittsburgh wrote on 04/24/2021 at 7:37 pm
Greetings to Boss, Regional Presidents, patched members, prospects, support. Boss sorry about you loss of Chow. Really Enjoyed all the recent posts. We have a great week coming up weather wise in the burg, I plan on getting a lot of wind therapy. Don’t always enjoy riding solo all the time but at least I get to ride. Congratulations Reverend Black I’m sure u will be a great asset to the club. I’ve been watching grandchildren the past two weeks quite a bit love them dearly but they wear me out, they never stop! Everything is good here. Be safe all.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks for the POST it is every PROSPECTS DUTY to POST something regularly.This helps us get to know one another a little better.We know all about grand kids wearing a person out.Ours came to us 17 yrs ago and one is still here.LLRBF
William Black from Wichita Falls wrote on 04/21/2021 at 12:56 pm
Hello to all our NAM VETS MC NOMADS Family and support and Prospects. I have been appointed National Chaplain and will serve you to the best of my ability. I have Pastored for 20 years and worked with Young Adults, Teens and a Missionary to Mexico as well as Christian and non-Christian Biker groups for around 45 years.i have never tried to force Christianity on anyone and never will but if you want to talk about Jesus Christ I'm here. If you just want to talk about anything bothering you I'll give you an ear, I don't have all the answers but want to SERVE all out NAM VETS MC NOMADS Family. Blessings your way. RevMrBlack National Chaplain
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
good words from a good man THANKS.
Wayne Watts from Bow wrote on 04/20/2021 at 3:26 pm
Top of the day to our president,vice president, patched members, prospect, and support.left central Calif. this morn. about 0800. It was 72 deg. Fantastic riding weather. Headed west, crossed first hills still good. The top of the next hills, the temp dropped down to 51, and damp. Still got the Sun ( I hope)
Old butt blister kilo
GearBox from Surprise wrote on 04/20/2021 at 12:52 pm
Greetings Boss, Patched, support, prospects ,etc. Sorry to hear about your chow boss, R.I.P. Now five kittens lol, Life's circle does sometimes through you a curve. But its all good, I bet there a blast. All is good here, Can't wait till tomorrow, New windshield coming. ( has the curve at top so no more head bobbing at 80 mph. ) Positive thoughts to all on mend. Hope all start getting the weather we are having so all can get some wind. All for now. Stay safe all. LLRBF
Wayne Watts from Bow wrote on 04/19/2021 at 7:54 pm
This is a fine evening. I would like to say hello to our president, vice president (?), all patched brothers, prospects, and support. Well this will bring everyone up to speed from where Radio left off. We parted ways wednesday morning. Radio went north and I went east, then south. I couldn't ask for better riding weather. Wednesday was mostly clear & 54. Spent first night in Bend Or. Thursday about the same, untill the sun started to go down. Glad I had heated jacket & gloves. About 1400 I was riding about snow level. When I got to Reno around 2100 I was ready for a room. My old butt hasn't had this seat time in a long time. Remember Radio said I was looking for warm, dry, & sunny weather? Well I found it, Sunday about noon. When I left Reno I had all my gear on. I headed west on I-80. By the time I reached cal. hwy 49 jest east of sacramento, the temp had gone from 52 to 84. I was looking for a place to stop and shed about 3 layers of clothes. I got on cal. Hwy 49 south. This road is a bikers dream, but not for a trike. It had so many curves, it would have broke a snakes back. For all that still ride a two wheel, a trike you don't lean, you herd a trike around the curves.
Being one of the best biker I know, I lost my road three times, and ended up about 200 miles from where I wanted to be. No problem, I can get there from a different direction. This morning at 1000 it was sunny & 82, at 1400 it was 94. I found the SUN!! Thats it for today, ride safe & find your sun.
Sunburned kilo
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Good to hear your safe stay that way and have a great ride.
Brother BD from Thompson Falls wrote on 04/18/2021 at 1:03 pm
Hello to all my Brothers, Prospects and Supports! Yesterday was a great day. The sun was shining and Brother Dutch and I met up! We had a great day of riding, knocking down a few and catching each other up on goings on! Looking forward to the Northwest Spring run and Nationals! Take care Brothers!
LLRB NVFFNV BD
raymondkoch wrote on 04/18/2021 at 8:30 am
GREETINGS FROM MISSOURI;
LOTS GOING ON HERE FOR REAL.HAVE NOT DECIDED ON WHO I MIGHT CHOOSE YET FOR OUR VICE PRESIDENT STILL TRYING TO THANK DUTCH FOR ALL HE HAS DONE FOR US AS A CLUB. HIS WISDOM AND LEADER SHIP IS GOING TO BE VERY HARD TO REPLACE.ALTHOUGH I KNOW HE WILL STILL BE THERE FOR OUR QUESTIONS AND HIS SUGGESTIONS.

LOST OUR CHOW THIS WEEK DUE TO HIS HEALTH GOING ,HE COULD NO LONGER ENJOY A QUALITY LIFE,DEAF BLIND AND HAD A VERY LARGER TUMOR SO I PUT HIM DOWN.A FRIEND DUG HIS HOLE AND WE BURIED HIM IN THE BACK YARD.R.I.P. MY FRIEND OF 14 YEARS.

LIFE'S CIRCLE CONTINUES WITH THE ARRIVAL OF 5 NEW KITTENS THIS MORNING ON OUR FRONT PORCH.

NO RIDING HERE DUE TO WORK AND WEATHER,RAIN AND COLD STILL.

LLRB TO ALL HOPE EVERYONE CAN MAKE SOME WIND TIME AND OUR NATIONAL IN JUNE.
John BAKER(TOP) from Cheyenne wrote on 04/16/2021 at 6:39 pm
It has been a very busy month. Fighting for my increase in my disability. I finally hit 100 %. As it gets closer to SR I will know if I can ride or not. Many thanks to Brother Dutch on all he has done for this club. It will be hard to find someone to replace him. Outside of this miserable the last three weeks, everything in Wyoming just keeps rolling along. S
Welcome to all our prospects, and much love and respect to all my Brothers....
TOP
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Congrats on your well deserved 100% hope to see u at NATIONAL drive or ride
LLRBF
Dutch from Montana wrote on 04/15/2021 at 8:45 am
Appears Saturday is the day, 1st ride of 2021.
Will be good to feel the wind, clear my thoughts a little, after another Rocky Mountain winter.
Will meet up with Brother BD, see a friendly face, ride the river for a few hours, maybe even laugh a little.
All is well ! LLRBF
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Have fun BROTHERS
Radio from Clearlake wrote on 04/14/2021 at 7:50 pm
Greetings Brothers, Prospects and Support.
Prospect Kilo heading South for extended ride. Escorted him to Ore. Picked up Prospect Draco on the way. Had a great visit with both Prospects in Portland.
Looked for Antifa but they were out of sight so headed home. Perfect weather for a ride.
LLRB
Radio
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
GREAT news BROTHER,THANKS
RTO from West Mifflin, Pa wrote on 04/13/2021 at 6:05 pm
we are all of this and more....
I AM A VETERAN
by Andrea Christensen Brett
You may not know me the first time we meet
I’m just another you see on the street
But I am the reason you walk and breathe free
I am the reason for your liberty
I AM A VETERAN
I work in the local factory all day
I own the restaurant just down the way
I sell you insurance, I start your IV
I’ve got the best-looking grandkids you’ll ever see
I’m your grocer, your banker
Your child’s schoolteacher
I’m your plumber, your barber
Your family’s preacher
But there’s part of me you don’t know very well
Just listen a moment, I’ve a story to tell
I AM A VETERAN
I joined the service while still in my teens
I traded my prom dress for camouflage greens
I’m the first in my family to do something like this
I followed my father, like he followed his
Defying my fears and hiding my doubt
I married my sweetheart before I shipped out
I missed Christmas, then Easter
The birth of my son
But I knew I was doing what had to be done
I served on the battlefront, I served on the base
I bound up the wounded
And begged for God’s grace
I gave orders to fire, I followed commands
I marched into conflict in far distant lands
In the jungle, the desert, on mountains and shores
In bunkers, in tents, on dank earthen floors
While I fought on the ground, in the air, on the sea
My family and friends were home praying for me
For the land of the free and the home of the brave
I faced my demons in foxholes and caves
Then one dreaded day, without drummer or fife
I lost an arm, my buddy lost his life
I came home and moved on
But forever was changed
The perils of war in my memory remained
I don’t really say much, I don’t feel like I can
But I left home a child, and came home a man
There are thousands like me
Thousands more who are gone
But their legacy lives as time marches on
White crosses in rows
And names carved in queue
Remind us of what these brave souls had to do
I’m part of a fellowship, a strong mighty band
Of each man and each woman
Who has served this great land
And when Old Glory waves
I stand proud, I stand tall
I helped keep her flying over you, over all
I AM A VETERAN
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
AMEN BROTHER
RTO from West Mifflin, Pa wrote on 04/13/2021 at 9:05 am
Great morning Boss Skinner, Brothers, Prospects, & Support

My heart is full of grief today, I (we) lost another friend, a Vietnam veteran, Ernie Cawley, we went to school together, we served our VFW & American Legion post together and worked together yearly in planting 14K flags on the graves of veterans. He lost his final battle yesterday and he will be greatly missed. as a brothers I call on you to pray for his family and for Ernie's final journey to heaven.
God Bless you all and God bless this veteran, luv you brother..

RTO..........................................out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
PRAYERS FOR YOU, ERNIE AND CONDOLENCES TO HIS FAMILY,MAY PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE DOWN UPON HIM
GearBox from Surprise wrote on 04/12/2021 at 5:35 pm
Greetings Boss, Patched, prospects, etc. You will have a Hard time Boss trying to find someone to fill Brother Dutch's shoes. I was sad to see the e-mail, But this club is in his blood, so I know we will see him now and then. Had Breakfast club this morning with Brother Steamer, ( Always a great time ) . One of the guys said he gave his info to Brother Steamer, So maybe another prospect, Way to go Brother Steamer. Had a great talk with Brother Mickie, if all things stay on track, mid-west will be new AO for wife and I. Positive thoughts to all on mend. Hope the weather breaks for all to get some wind. LLRBF
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
HOPE ALL WORKS OUT FOR YA.YOU SOUNDED VERY GOOD ON THE PHONE
Twin from Wichita Falls wrote on 04/12/2021 at 1:25 pm
A great hello to every one

It is spring time in the southland .Texas Girl and I went to the rattle snake festival in Ok, Saturday . We had a good time people watching . Stayed away from the snakes. Stopped for a good catfish dinner at the Red River . I am planning a couple of shake down trips to get ready for NR2021. The trike has started a bad habit of sputtering at cruising speeds . I am hoping it is bad gas. That's about all now .
LLRB TWIN
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks Brother
THUMPER from P-burg, Ohio wrote on 04/11/2021 at 9:31 am
Greetings, Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Members, Prospects, and Supports.
Was sorry to hear about our National VP Stepping Down
All I can Say to that is, once again, THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE. You will be a hard Man to replace.
Till the Nationals come together I hope all are doing well.
Baby Girl and I are itching to hit the road. See you all soon
THUMPER
over and out.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
DUTCH is for sure one in a million.