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GearBox from Surprise, AZ wrote on 04/02/2020 at 12:02 pm:
Greetings patched, fellow prospects, support etc. Hope all are ok and following guidelines to stay safe, We will get through this. Army Corps are in talks with city of Glendale here to use Arizona Cardinal stadium to set up portable hospitals. Texted Steamer, Family doing ok. Myself and mouse doing ok also. All for now. By the grace of GOD this will pass soon. Prospect GearBox LLRBF
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
we all hope so be safe NVFFNV
Herky from Weiser ID wrote on 04/02/2020 at 11:08 am:
Greetings Brothers, Support, Prospects and lookers.
Hard core Spring here in Idaho yesterday. Rain, snow, hail, sleet and wind each taking their turn dealing gloom through out the day, kind of a mean April fool's Day. Lol Sun is shining today and temps in the 50's I hear. Hopefully take a ride get groceries and isolate and baby a cup of coffee.
My prayer is that we all take appropriate safe measures to protect ourselves and others while this C-19 dies anyway.
May the Lord protect each and all associated with our Club.
Continued healing to Boss, LAAM, Gumpy, Brelon, Top and others. Amen.
Seems alot of us under attack with many issues, (let me know) We are fighters and been thru the fires many times, carry on the good fight.
I so hope we can get together this year for a National and Regional runs. They may be modified from what's planned, but what is in our best interest is paramount.
Love you all. Prospects keep up the contact, doing so let's us get to know and build the bond of Brotherhood. Patch collectors not needed.
Stay well be safe
Natl. Chaplain Herky
NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
love ya BROTHER.
Dutch from Montana wrote on 04/02/2020 at 8:11 am:
Mornin' Patch Holders, Support & Prospects.
Looks like winter has returned to Northwest Montana. Two days ago my 20 acres was snow free (except for a 25 foot stretch of ice on my driveway), was tell'n myself I would be riding in maybe a week or so. This morning, got a good 18" of snow, so much for the ride !!
Good to see the Prospects posting, it's how we are gonna get to know ya !
This virus thing has got me down some, a year to 18 months can be a lifetime to us. Heep tell'n myself "ya come too far to let this thing take you out" .......... Hunker down, protect you and your loved ones, and we will see each other again.....
Love Ya All !
NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
LLRB to you and hope the thaw comes early for ya.
LAAM from Vanzant,MO wrote on 04/02/2020 at 12:30 am:
Some eye opening facts from a Dr out of Texas. Go to my FaceBook page and read it and get serious about keepin to our selfs. We have all done this before, by that I mean stay within our own AO. Put I think putting a knees in the wind is OK. We are holding are own here in Missouri, I'm finding more ways to cook venison!! Be save, "Be smart".
Sorry, to say we might postpone Nat'l, but I believe it's for the best, it gives us something to look forward too. God Bless. NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks LAAM words of wisdom
Scout from Issaquah wrote on 04/01/2020 at 7:45 pm:
Well I am 10 days into “Stay at home” This is getting old!
I have my new Tour Pack installed with the new light bar.
I’m ready for the Spring run in May. I will be disappointed if the virus cancels it.
I know this will pass but it sure is a bitch
Stay safe Brother!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
like some pictures send them to NVP DUTCH he can post them in GALLERY,please stay safe.
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 04/01/2020 at 5:33 pm:
Greeting Patchholders, Supports and Prospects.
Just saying this to will pass. Haven't been riding at all. Just trying to touch base with my East Region Brothers. Bottom line chin up and be safe.
When this is over want to see each and everyone of you.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
sounds like road trip 2 me.
RTO from West Mifflin, Pa wrote on 04/01/2020 at 2:00 am:
Greetings, Boss Skinner & all Boss's, Patched members, fellow prospects and support
just wanna say god bless you all, stay healthy, trust in god, trust in this brotherhood, know that I'm here for you all, LLRBF, NVMCFFNVMC
RTO...………………..out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
thanks RTO
"T" from Fruitland wrote on 03/31/2020 at 9:05 pm:
Just had a nice earthquake here in Idaho. 6.5. Epicenter Challis, ID. Nice little distraction from the...you know what! Hope everyone is happy and healthy.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks for the POST hope u r fine
Zoot from Spencer wrote on 03/31/2020 at 7:04 pm:
Hello Brothers!
My neighbor just told me there is a new crisis in Indiana; the governor says they are going to close all bars in the state in two days. hahaha He was down in the dumps, I said "you have 2 stills why do you care if the liquor stores close?" He said "Oh yeah".

It could be worse we could all be on the Carrier Theodore Roosevelt. They reported 3 cases of the virus, then the Navy said they have 40 cases, then some "sneak" told Navy Times they have 200 cases and now they are in Guam and the Captain wants individual isolation for everyone onboard (about 4,000). So we are all setting pretty good here I would say.

Boss Skinner, things will get better I think. Your progress so far seems like a miracle to me.

Next year will be better. All of the old sick people (except us of course) will be gone and those of us left will be living the good live.

Peace Brothers!

Zoot from Spencer, Indiana
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks BROTHER
Doc Gonzo from Beckley wrote on 03/31/2020 at 4:51 pm:
Quarantine GREETINGS to all Brothers, Supports, Prospects and on-lookers!

All good in my AO. Ventured out today for a quick store run. Didn't buy any TP, have plenty, but did stock up on Dr Pepper.

Raining like crazy here, guess Dutch's snow got here as rain.

Best to our BROTHERS, wash your hands, maintain distance (pretty easy) and hydrate, hydrate, hydrate

LLRBF

DG
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
apple a day and good advice from DOC.
roger taylor (Digger) from Washington,In.47501 wrote on 03/31/2020 at 4:46 pm:
Although I am a retired member,here I am. I am fine. Hoping to change that (Retired) part before to long! Love all my Brothers!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
miss ya big time and others hope all is going well
TXGRL from Lake Nocona wrote on 03/31/2020 at 4:36 pm:
Hi everyone! I'm one of the lucky few. So far there has been only one case of COVID-19 in the county I live in. The only restriction we have is you have to keep a distance of 6ft between you and other shoppers in Walmart. Poor Twin went back to Wichita Falls to check on his house and do some book work and got caught in a shelter in place. Don't know what we'll do for our first legal anniversary, it falls on Sunday. I'm afraid if I go to Wichita they might try to keep me. LOL.
On a brighter note we are looking for a buyer for my bike. Shouldn't be to hard...THEN I will get a really cool looking trike. It's red and looks like Mickie's first trike. I just hope the guy still has it when I can get it, it's been on Craigslist for over 30 days so far. I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
Oh well, I've bored you all long enough with my rambling, stay safe out there.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
good luck hope things work out for ya
Big John from Baldwin, ME wrote on 03/31/2020 at 3:40 pm:
Good Day to all the brothers’ prospects and everyone. I hope everyone is doing OK.
I’m new to the club but not new to the M/C. Been riding Harleys and Indians for many many years and got the scars to prove it LOL. I spent 20 years in the Army retired in 1985 boy that was a long time ago. My wife is from Maine so that’s where I ended up. Worked for Paper Company till 2008 then retired.
I see we might not have a national this year. I am still hoping and praying that all this is over with before nationals. I want to meet everyone in person. And it’s one good ride from Maine to the nationals. Now that my sidecar is finished I can bring all kinds of comfort stuff. Mainer and I will be riding together we do some long trips together last one was to Texas. Everyone ride safe.
Big John
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
we will get together some how
Prospect Hands, Dave Culmer from Los Angeles wrote on 03/31/2020 at 12:57 pm:
Ray Koch was in the process of growing a third leg to kick my butt with for not fulfilling my requirement of bimonthly communicating. I glossed over that part, and just didn't pay attention to detail, I was focused on the part about the meeting in June in Piedmont. That is not an excuse, it is just what happened.
Things in LA are probably no different than where you are. When I was asked about coming to the national meeting, I was in the mists of flying or riding. I now know I need to change bikes if I'm gonna ride. My Gold Wing, FB6, is just to tight to ride 2K on it. I put on foot boards
and had the seat worked on, and mounted flip-out hyway pegs on the engine cases. I gotta tell ya', when I look at that group picture I see all the guys in my Helo squadron...I was in the first Helicopter Squadron in the M/C, HMM 362, (UH 34, Sikorsky) and I was the first black helo crew chief in the crotch. And since we're into ancient history, I was one of the the last Marines to go through boot camp at, "Montford Point," at Camp Lejeune. (Go to, "First Black Marines") or ("Montford Point Marines").
I started riding in the 60's in Iwakuni Japan and have pretty much been riding since then, I got my share of road rash, and broken bones, from the time when I was too stupid to know gas and booze do not mix well. All of my bikes have been touring bikes, a half dozen full dress Hogs, and some rice burners. I don't what made me think this short quartered FB6 would work??
This Corona crap reminds me of Typhoon season on Okinawa when we pushed the lockers up against the windows in preparation for the "big blow," only this time approaching getting Cabin Fever.
I'm outta' here guys, talk at ya' soon...Hands
GearBox from Surprise, AZ wrote on 03/31/2020 at 12:25 pm:
Greetings to all patched, fellow prospects, support etc. Mouse and I are hanging in there, Our gov. signed bill that goes into effect today at 5 p.m. , stay at home order. Our state is up to 1157 cases. Only allowed shopping, pharmacies, essential travel. Mouse and I are kinda used to this already, Been doing stay at home since different stores starting closing, couple weeks ago. Stay safe all, Prospect GearBox LLRB
Radio from Clearlake wrote on 03/31/2020 at 12:00 pm:
Greetings to all my Brothers, Prospects and Support.
Everything doing fine here. No traffic, no people and plenty of space. Still have to do list so not stir crazy yet. A little snow in the hills last night but just wet in the yard. Looking forward to sunshine and open roads.
Hope all is well and stay safe!
LLRBF
Sling Blade from Everett wrote on 03/28/2020 at 9:37 pm:
Greeting and Salutations to all Brothers, Prospects, Support, and Onlookers!
Well, the hurry up and wait continues as a new obstacle gets cleared. I guess we are ground zero out here in Waah-shington, and the soft martial law continues with pot shops on the essential services list by the governor.
Enough of the current topic, I'm focusing on the road ahead.
March 29th is National Vietnam War Veterans Day, WELCOME HOME!
I need to say how proud and honored I am to walk among you all and be included as a Brother. Major Michael O'Donnell's poem always comes to me at this time, he was KIA months after it's writing in 1970;
"If you are able, save them a place inside you,
And save one backward glance when you are leaving,
for the places they can no longer go.
Be not ashamed to say you loved them,
though you may, or may not have always.
Take what they have left, and what they have
taught you with their dying, and keep it as your own.
And in that time that when men decide, and feel safe,
to call the war insane, take one moment,
to embrace these gentle heroes you left behind."
That's what we do when we put on The Cut, it's colors, and who it represents. The same is true when we ride and remind all who see us that the war will never be forgotten, who fought in it, and those gone but not forgotten.
We are fulfilling that promise and educating anyone we talk to.
We'll get this year done as we always have, with Love, Respect, and Brotherhood.
I wish all a life with no fear, plenty of beer, and always full of cheer!
LLRBF,
Sling Blade NSAA
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS BROTHER
Singer from Beckley, WV wrote on 03/28/2020 at 8:16 am:
Greetings Officers, Patchholders, Prospects and fellow Support!

Spring has sprung in Beckley, West Virginia! Neighbors are out prepping their garden beds and mowing their yards, kids are out playing, flowers are starting to bloom and trees are budding out! All wonderful signs of life and time going along normally.

In these times of abnormality, it's calming to see somethings don't change!

Doc got back safely and healthy from his trip north! I was so thrilled to see his face, he probably thought I was going to squeeze the stuffing out of him! LOL

All is quiet in our AO... COVID-19 has started making its rounds throughout WV, but the Beckley VAMC has been free of illness thus far. Will pray that continues and that our Veterans in house stay COVID-free.

That's it for now. May you all stay safe and healthy and ride with the wind at your backs!

Singer
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Spring in the air here also.Thanks
Steamer from Glendale wrote on 03/27/2020 at 7:25 am:
glad to you are on the road to a good recovery,
our prayers are with you and Ellen.
Gearbox and family as well as Steamer and family are doing ok. Hoping that we all get to see each other national if things work. All my Brother be safe nvffnv
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks BROTHER
GearBox from Surprise, AZ wrote on 03/27/2020 at 1:43 am:
Greetings ALL, Glad to hear Boss you are mending and DR is happy. Am praying for all that the 19 does not visit any of us. My AO is at 104 that got it. Please all , like Boss said we are not in our teens anymore, try and follow the guide lines and be safe. LLRB prospect GearBox
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
a year to remember for real,Thanks for the post.