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RaymondKoch(Skinner National President) from Piedmont,Mo wrote on 10/28/2022 at 9:21 am
WILL BE DRAWING THE WINNING TICKET IN THE GUN RAFFLE SHORTLY GOOD LUCK TO ALL THAT BOUGHT A TICKET OR TICKETS.MADE SOME REAL MONEY FOR OUR CLUBS MISSION HELPING OTHER VETERANS.ANYONE WANTING TO CONDUCT A SIMILAR RAFFLE CONTACT ME I'LL WALK YOU THRU THE PROCESS.VERY EASY.
WISH ALL WOULD TAKE THE TIME TO POST IT'S THE ONLY WAY TO PROMOTE OUR CLUB AND LETS US KNOW WHAT'S UP WITH YOU AND IT IS YOUR DUTY.
HAVE NOT BEEN ABLE TO RIDE THE SCOOTER FOR AWHILE DUE TO BONE SPUR IN FOOT UGH WEATHER HAS BEEN GOOD SO IT'S TOUGH.STARTING TO BE ABLE TO WALK WITHOUT CANE OR WALKER BUT NOW RIDING WEATHER IS CLOSING.
NOT HEARD SHIT FROM VA ABOUT MY CLAIM DID HEAR FROM DAV THAT THEY ARE WORKING ON IT.
OKAY THAT IS MY UPDATE WHAT SAY YOU???????
William crook from KANSAS CITY wrote on 10/19/2022 at 2:08 pm
Just checking in and see what is going on. For me I am just fine waiting my time.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
No bad news just waiting on some answers,keep in touch with REBEL and stay warm.Looks like this maybe one of the last weekends to ride hope my foot will let me????
raymondkoch wrote on 10/15/2022 at 8:47 am
GREETINGS ALL;
I RECEIVED A EMAIL FROM DRACO SENDING HIS BEST TO ALL MEMBERS.HE IS RECOVERING AT HOME FROM HIS SURGERIES.DOING AS BEST AS HE CAN HIS LEG AND FOOT WERE BEYOND REPAIR AND WERE AMPUTATED FROM THE KNEE DOWN.PLEASE CONTINUE TO KEEP OUR BROTHER IN YOUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.
Dan Collins(Grump) from Coeur d'Alene ID wrote on 10/11/2022 at 12:30 pm
Greetings Boss and all, I've been busy riding every day while I can and wearing my cuts every time. My son installed a jockey shift conversion kit on my trike last Saturday and I love it.I'll have to park it soon so I'm gonna keep riding as much as I can.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
sounds great
Daniel Beaulieu from Peoria wrote on 10/10/2022 at 4:47 pm
Greetings patched members supporters and prospects. Had a great ride from Phoenix to Laughlin this last weekend. Started out to Wickenburg for breakfast at our favorite restaurant the Horseshoe Cafe then on to Parker where the weather started to heat up next found us at the London Bridge in Lake Havasu where it started to get hot. From there we spent the night at the AVI Casino where we left some money but had a good time. Then that morning we headed out for Oatman to see the donkeys which were missing when we go there. Then it was on home. Notrob, myself and my wife, Linebacker and his wife and Ken were all in attendance. Already planning another weekend out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
love it have fun BROTHERS
John Wood, AKA the Restless Orphant of the Bastard Cavalry from Tennessee transplant living in Crescent City, California wrote on 10/10/2022 at 10:02 am
Welcome home brothers and sisters in arms. I am not a member of your noble club, but it is nice to see your Nam Vet MC colors from this former Rolling Thunder member. I emphatically support Nam Vets MC! These days in am only physically able to hang out in these rugged and beautiful California and Oregon mountains in my van. If any of you are out here in far Northern California and Southern Oregon who need a scout, I would be proud to be of service. I was a an 11 Delta cavalry scout in Nam.

Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos, 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment, Armored and Air Cav. We were the Black Knights, AKA 'The Bastard Cav'.

When I was a cavalry scout with 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment, we were on, and sometimes inside the DMZ crossing the Ben Hai River when not doing reconnaissance in the A Shau Valley, Khe Sanh, The Rock Pile, Con Thien, Dong Ha, Quang Tri, Wunder Beach, Cam Lo, Firebases Alpha 4, Charlie 2 and beau coup night defensive positions at all points in between up there in the 'Northernmost'.

Some unit history: The 3rd Squadron, 5th Cavalry Regiment (since 1855) was Division Recon in Nam -- 1st Cav Div, 9th Infantry Div, 101st Airborne Division, 5th Infantry Division; that's why they called us 'The Bastard Cav'. We were farmed out to any division who needed a recon unit. I am no hero or bad-ass. I was just 18 and 19 in Nam -- skinny, quick and lucky.

Vietnam didn't kill me, but the Agent Orange sure is trying to.
Agent Orange -- Sprayed and Betrayed!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
WELCOME HOME STOP BY ANYTIME
Doc Gonzo from Beckley - finally! wrote on 10/09/2022 at 9:33 am
Greetings Brothers, Supports & Prospects

I believe my major trips for the year are done. Due to unforeseen circumstances, i.e., two deaths in the family, we won't be going to Biketober Fest in Daytona this year.

I did finally ride down to NC to meet up with Izzy. I can't speak for him, but I had a wonderful time. Both he and his wife are great people, very gracious. Having him as a full Patched member will be a great addition to our Club.

On the way home I stopped by Appomattox Court House, turns out it's a town, not just a court house. Boy do they ever tell its story way different from what I learned in school. Sadly, these days there's no telling which version, if either, is correct.

I stayed probably a bit longer than was prudent for getting home in good time. The last 50 miles were pretty dark and more than a bit chilly. Overall, one of the best solo rides I've had in a long while. Weather was absolutely perfect both days with the added benefit of very little traffic to contend with.

That's about all for now, mainly just to let everyone know I'm still alive and kicking.

LLRBF

Doc Gonzo
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
you sound great wish I could ride that much
William (Crash) Crook from Kansas City wrote on 10/04/2022 at 12:58 pm
Hello everyone, just checking in. Nothing going on with me except stating out of trouble.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
that's a good thing with this cooler weather it means riding time is coming to an end UGH!
TWIN from Wichita Falls wrote on 09/27/2022 at 2:44 pm
Hello to all
I am glad to see we are getting a lot of post and visit to our web site. The Texas bunch are still going strong. Temp. down below 100 so it has been good riding weather. Going to Dr. tomorrow and get scoped ,fun fun.
LLRB Twin
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
good luck with DOC
William (Crash)Crook from Kansas City wrote on 09/23/2022 at 10:23 am
Just checking in. Nothing new, just waiting to see if I become a member. I hope thing is going ok with everyone.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
REBEL IS OUT OF TOWN WAITING TO HEAR FROM HIM.
Rebel from Lees Summit wrote on 09/22/2022 at 6:09 am
Greetings to all Patched members, Prospects, and Support. Been traveling for a few weeks in NJ and NY, unfortunately not on the bike. Ready to get back home and on the bike again. Had some excitement in our local area with some 1% clubs, 5 shot and in the hospital, not all details have been released yet. Still trying to figure our who is the dominant club. I’ll let you know if there are any updates.
Wishing everyone good health and safe riding.
MLL&R
Rebel
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
stay safe hope you and yours had a great time on vacation
LINEBACKER from Cave Creek wrote on 09/17/2022 at 12:58 pm
Greetings Boss Skinner, Patched Members, Prospects and Support. DOC GONZO, Brother we are sad to hear about your families loss. Our prayers are with you and your family.

Things are going good in the Region with our riding season just getting underway. I'm excited to make longer rides with more of our members. As always if you are in the Region please contact one of us and lets ride.
My wife Andrea and I made at driving trip for a couple of weeks and covered 7,591 miles, 127:19 hours of driving, averaging 39.7 MPG. Phoenix to Key West up the East Coast to Main and back across. Our next long trip is across Canada if anyone has tips about that run please let me know. Today the SWR Brothers and Sisters may a run to Wickenburg for breakfast perfect weather and amazing ride.

It's great to see so many hits on our website and more over the request for information about membership. Great job to our leadership and all those Original BROTHERS with the foresight to set up the website.

LINEBACKER
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks it's been a pleasant chore for the most part
Dan Collins(Grump) from Coeur d'Alene ID wrote on 09/17/2022 at 9:57 am
Greetings boss and all, it's been a while since I posted been riding while I can. I've put 13000 miles on my trike in the last year. I'm just getting over the flu now so not riding
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
hope your better soon
Rascal from Pittsburgh wrote on 09/16/2022 at 7:13 pm
Greetings Boss Skinner, Patched Members, Prospects and Support. It’s been awhile so I thought I better check in. I did a wounded warrior run a couple weeks ago, still having tailbone issues made 2 of the 3 stops then headed back to starting point for a cold one and listen to the band. They were quite good. The following weekend was the run for RTO, I made a showing for our club but couldn’t do the run, that run I would like to have done.
Wife retired about 4 weeks ago, she’s bored lmao.
Weather here is cool at nite but has been nice during the day. Haven’t ridden as much as I’d like, so going to go tomorrow.
That’s it for now, ride safe

LLRB
Rascal
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
always good to hear about rides,I know a lot of BROTHERS would have like to make RTO"s ride
Ronnie Green from Altoona Pa wrote on 09/15/2022 at 11:34 am
Respectfully request contact information on Club membership requirements. Thank you. USMC 1973 1977.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
send me your home address and I will have a BROTHER contact you .Go to contact page on website or call 1-573-300-1066
Doc Gonzo from Sioux City IA wrote on 09/15/2022 at 9:47 am
Hello Brothers, Supports & Prospects

Just checking in. All is well here. Headed home.

Looks like I'll have at least two more runs this year. One to NC to meet a Prospect, the other to Biketober Fest in Daytona with my Brother Kenny. That one may not happen as he's still a working man and burned up all his personal, vacation and bereavement days.

His son had a great memorial service, friends came from as far away as Baltimore to send him off.

ML&R LLRBF

Doc Gonzo
Dutch from Montana wrote on 09/14/2022 at 9:16 am
Check'n in, wishing all Patch Holders well.
Sit Rep for Montana ....
.... So Far So Good .....
LLRB
THUMPER from PERRYSBURG wrote on 09/10/2022 at 6:03 am
Greetings Boss Skinner, Patched Members, Prospects and Support.
It's been awhile so I thought I'd check in. Nothing has changed in my life so everything is pretty much the same.
Being a caregiver keeps me home 24/7. I may have to put the battery tender back on the bike.
My mom Keeps on Keeping On. However I am blessed, not all 74 year old men still has a Mother.

My prayers and best wishes go out to, Doc Gonzo and his family. Sorry for your loss.

I keep telling myself that things will get better but life keeps throwing me curve balls.
God must have better plan for me. (It is what it is) Is what my Oldest use to tell me, may she rest in peace.

The day will come soon I hope, where I can saddle up and get the wind in my face.
Till then Stay Safe, keep it up right in between the ditches.

Love, Honor and Respect to all my Brothers in arms.

Till we meet again, this is Thumper, over but never out.

NVMCFFNVMC
Doc Gonzo from Williston ND wrote on 09/08/2022 at 10:59 am
Greetings Brothers; Supports & Prospects

Looks like we're not meant to stay home this Summer.

We're back in Williston under less than favourable circumstances.

On 9/4 got a call from my Sister-in-Law my Nephew had passed away unexpectedly. So of course we jumped in the car and headed back here and here we are for a bit.

If I could ask for prayers, positive thoughts or waves for our family, we'd all appreciate it very much.

Josh was a great guy who loved life, his family, cars and music. We'll all miss him greatly.

ML&R LLRBF

Doc Gonzo & Singer
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
CONDOLENCES AND PRAYERS FOR YOUR FAMILY
Doc Gonzo from Topeka KS wrote on 08/25/2022 at 9:22 pm
Greetings Brothers, Supports, & Prospects!!

Well still out on the seemingly never ending trip. So far we've had good weather and mostly good luck with the RV. Had to replace all the rubber hoses in the fuel filler lines because they were beyond dry rotted. Then had to replace front tires. Luckily, before any catastrophe had a chance to occur.

I copied Brother Rebel's raffle add and placed it in my neighbourhood fb page. Had about 2 dozen people look at it, so far no takers though.

Haven't heard how Brother Draco is going, prayers and positive vibes for him continuing to do well.

Just wanted to let everyone know we're still alive and kicking. Hoping to roll into the homestead NLT Sunday afternoon.

ML&R LLRBF

Doc Gonzo & Singer
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
great to hear you all had fun be safe