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Michael Robeson from Perrysburg wrote on 05/22/2020 at 11:35 am:
Greetings, being the newest Prospect of this group I would like to take this opportunity to invite all the Members of this club to contact me so we can set up a meet and greet. I would love to get to know each and everyone of you personally. Welcome Home One and All.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
you got a good idea there , Grumpy or your SAA Wrongway make it happen.
Michael Robeson from Perrysburg wrote on 05/21/2020 at 12:57 pm:
Greetings to all from a Potential Prospect. Just wanted to touch base with everyone and let you know that everything is fine in Ohio. Looking to get a chance to meet and greet with you all. Stay safe, stay upright and don't let the world get you down.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks for the POST
GearBox from Surprise,AZ wrote on 05/19/2020 at 4:20 pm:
Greetings Boss Skinner, all patched, prospects, support etc. Today was Great Day !! Nice weather, Me and Region Pres Steamer took nice ride to Calf., Had lunch and Steamer surprised me with my back patches. Thank You Boss Skinner, Steamer, Dutch, Laam and all the brothers. It is a true Honor to be a full patch of the Nam Vets Nomads M/C . Again Thank You All, and hope this 19 ends soon so I get to meet you all. Stay safe Brothers. GearBox LLRBF
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Honored to have you SALUTE.
RTO from West Mifflin, Pa wrote on 05/15/2020 at 7:17 am:
Great Moring to you all,
Just a quick note, one of great pride, I'm proud to announce that I became a grandfather for the first time last night, my son's wife gave birth to a 7 lb boy at 8:25pm, he's so beautiful and my heart if filled with joy, they named him Rocky Ace.
on another note I have a Navy veteran friend of mine that is selling a 2012 Road King, it's in excellent condition and well taken care of, has 7K miles, added $10K in extras, paid $20K asking $13K, he said all the original parts go with the bike as well as a bike jack, anyone interested, let me know, I can send you a pick.
well that's it for me for now, hope all is well, stay healthy and I'm looking forward to meeting as many member as possible in the near future when the lock down is lifted.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
GearBox from Surprise , AZ wrote on 05/14/2020 at 9:12 am:
Greetings Boss Skinner, all patched, fellow prospects, support etc. Hope all are staying safe. Our thoughts go out to all those on the mend. Our AO has started to open up a little more. Had nice chat with RP Steamer, He and family doing ok. Bike is in shop, Blew cover and stator, not sure yet if shaft is shot, Can't get mad, S%$^ happens. As we say, Ain't nothing but a thing !!., And i just think of what ed norton used to say ( When the tides of life are against you, And the current upsets your boat, Don't waist those tears on what might have been, Just lay on your back and float. Should have kept my 103, less crap that can go wrong. Glad to see club is growing, and more people our checking out site. All for now, please stay safe all. Prospect GearBox
Dutch from Montana wrote on 05/14/2020 at 8:43 am:
Seems we got kicked in the teeth with the loss of the Post Office that handles our mail, but there is a bright side.
JC get'n married, congrats to him, his bride, Twin & Jackie.
We got two new Patched members in the Northeast Region, Welcome Home.
Top & Steamer are showing us it's still possible, 35 and 50 years married, congratulations.
Find myself get'n tired of this "lock down" stuff. In two days, we from the Northwest would be heading out for our Spring Regional. Not gonna happen this year, but i'm finding myself start'n to pace around the garage. My innards know there is something not right !
Boss, you have come out the other side. Seems like a long battle but you never took a back step. LAAM, your about to go "under construction" so don't let the system bring you down.
You both will be "good as new", here's to better days.
Keep fight'n Brothers.....
Love & Respect to you all ....
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks and the CLUB gets better and grows.
Zoot from Spencer, IN wrote on 05/14/2020 at 2:01 am:
Hello Brothers! Keeping busy here on the farm. Two days ago got the new Distribution Box installed in the septic system. They charged $360, some other old turd wrestler wanted $1400!! Tomorrow 2 guys are coming to plant trees: years later 100 pecan, 100 River Birch & 100 White Pines.

New Subject: If you need a Service Dog you can get a free dog & assistance with training from Working Dogs For Vets, they have a page on Facebook.

Taking the Trike to Harley next Thursday for a couple of upgrades: Tall Boy Handlebars (should help with Sciatica because it will make me sit up straight on the seat) and Suspension upgrade to front & rear that will improve the ride & handling. I’m following Dutch’s advice to “make it my own.” I have finally found a source for front & rear fender bra’s to protect the fenders from chipping by gravel. My Trike is a Freewheeler & Harley doesn’t make bibs for it only the Triglide. The supplier for the ones I am getting is a guy on Etsy.

That’s all from Zoot Headquarters. You all take it easy.

Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
more money spent we all do it
Sling Blade from Everett wrote on 05/14/2020 at 1:21 am:
Greetings all! I came across this and thought I'd share it:
For those who served In-Country-
Fought in those damned far away fields of green,
For Uncle Sam's mighty war machine..
Came back to no welcome, so we chose to roam..
On a horse made of steel with wheels and chrome,
Deciding that this was going to be our forever home.
So, forty eight plus years later we're still riding and shaking off road dust..
With those we hold dear and true Brothers of trust.
We will go away some day,
A dying breed they say,
But at the very least we made the choice to go out our way.
-Ol' Slingy '15
Sling Blade NSAA
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 05/13/2020 at 1:40 pm:
Its another beautiful day in Sunny Glendale Az. We just received
flowers from Nam Vets Nomads, for our 35 anniversary they are beautiful so thanks for thinking of us on this special day. My wife loves them. I can't wait till we are all together again.
Thanks again, we love you all. Steamer and family.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
You both are most welcome.Note our P.O.Box was damaged due to storm took roof off of building and did a lot of damage to Norwood,Mo. will find out more later.
Twin from Wichita Falls wrote on 05/13/2020 at 11:44 am:
Hello to all Brother's , prospects and support

All is great here . It is just right for ridding . The big news here is J.C. is getting married tomorrow . He has asked me to stand up with him. I am proud of him . With all of this virus crap it is going to be a small wedding. I hope every one is healthy and safe .LLRBF TWIN
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
WOW that's great to hear CONGRATS
RTO from West Mifflin, pa 15122 wrote on 05/12/2020 at 9:50 am:
Top of the morning, Boss Skinner, officers, patched members, fellow prospects & support
just want to say good morning to you all, it's a beautiful day here in the Pittsburgh, sun is shinning but a little cool right now.
well I did it, I trade the yellow & dark gray cvo in on a black & red cvo, looking forward to some long trips once this stay at home is lifted. I will try to post a picture of it on here if possible.
nothing new to report, just wanted to check in and say hello....hello.
stay safe and healthy, will see ya on the flipside..
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
I have seen some pic's of new scooter very nice.
Big John from Badwin wrote on 05/11/2020 at 3:18 pm:
Good Day to all the Brothers, Prospects and Friends
Hope this finds everyone OK and doing well. Got Patched this week Hooray. One of the brothers said sew your patch yourself. He has never seen my sewing. But they will be on and will be flying very soon. I am really hoping things open up I want to make a run to the wall. I will let everyone know when Mainer and I will be going of our face book page. I know a real nice campground just south of DC. And it would be great to meet some of the Brothers.
By the way I got the road name Big John because I’m 6 foot 5 inches tall. And I used to be pretty health. Now I’m 72 still tall but I’m a lot bigger around now. I ride an Indian (2017) with a sidecar so now I can carry stuff. I hope we can have a meet this year after all this is over. Would be great. Everyone be safe. Hope to see all soon. Big John
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
we have a complete replica of the wall here in Perryville Missouri was on the agenda for this years NATIONAL run.Will be on next years for sure.Glad to able to call you both BROTHER.
Sling Blade from Everett wrote on 05/10/2020 at 10:52 pm:
Greetings Brothers, Prospects, Supporters, and all who seek us out for questions, answers, and occasional levity in these trying times.
Like everyone, we're waiting for people above our pay grade to make a decision, me- I follow my own azimuth and drumbeat, so there you go.
Finally got the bike on the road again, a simple task turned into a puzzle that required a slight learning curve on my part. My good friend who's a 30 year HD mechanic pointed the way.
The sun is shining, temperatures are getting comfortable, and I live to see what everyone is doing in their AOs.
I'm writing this on Mother's Day and wish to praise all our mothers, here and gone for bringing us all into this world and all the wonders we have seen, all the love we've experienced so far- our book isn't closed yet.
I especially need to honor our Gold Star Mothers, who will always be eternal mothers to our fallen.
We ride for those gone, but never forgotten.
Our mission is clear, our vigil set in stone- we represent every name on The Wall, those who made it home but suffered alone, those who lie in unmarked graves all over Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, and the last battle of the war on the island of KOH TANG, Cambodia in May 1975.
I am proud to be counted among you all.
I wish all blue skies, cheesy fries, and keep your eyes on the prize! (Riding)
Sling Blade NSAA
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
you do always say what we all think.
Herky from Weiser, ID wrote on 05/10/2020 at 4:44 pm:
Greetings, Officiers, Patch Holders, Support and lookers.
Happy Mothers Day to all the Mom's we know, what and where would we be without you?
Been awesome riding weather here in Idaho.
When we were quarantined I started a bunch of projects then needed to get stuff from town so now thats over and have a ton of loose ends to cat catch up on. But with no where to go this year I should have time AND money to clear things up. Lol
Pray things break loose for at least a Region Fall run with my Brothers.
Congratulations Top and your Bride on 50 years of marriage, not many can say that.
And welcome to the Northwest Brother good to have your name among us.
Shout out to Boss on whipping those treatments out and expect to see pictures riding that 122hp with apes. Your a model of encouragement Brother. Total Respect to you and Family.
LAAM, My best to you as you continue on with your surgery and recovery. I'm thinking knees not far down the road for me.
I'm just glad to have lived long enough to need a rebuild myself. Lol
Twin, you are in my thoughts and prayers as well.
Sure many others with issues I'll keep us all in prayer.
Wrap it up for now, you all stay safe and healthy. "Ride like you stole it"
NVFFNV NVMC Chaplian Herk.
Ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 05/10/2020 at 10:24 am:
To all Nam Vets Wives, Happy Mothers Day.
Steamer and Family
GearBox from Surprise,AZ wrote on 05/08/2020 at 9:47 am:
Greetings all Patched members, fellow prospects, support , etc. Yesterday was busy day, Honey do list included cleaning up weeds from backyard, Here in AZ, they can be tough. Took apart my cobra intake and did the clean and oil on the k&n. Getting some wind later today. Red shirt day. Glad do hear Boss that treatments are over, Now you can set mind on wind therapy. Wife and I keeping Laam in thoughts for speedy recovery. Stay safe all. Prospect GearBox
Zoot from Spencer, IN wrote on 05/07/2020 at 9:30 pm:
Greetings to all Officers, Patched Members, Support Members & Prospects! Sounds like a lot of the country has self emancipated. Pretty much in Indiana people do what the Governor ordered. So I have pretty much housebound except for medical appointments. But the appointments at the Indianapolis VA mostly keep getting rescheduled further out. Maybe that is why I have been feeling better......I haven’t been getting much VA care. If any of you all happen to be in my area you are always welcome. We have food, toilet paper, all the necessities of life. Haha. That is all from Indiana. Zoot
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
congrats on getting your hearing aids,stay safe
(FNG) Prospect Hands, Dave Culmer from Los Angeles wrote on 05/06/2020 at 5:40 pm:
Greetings Brothers, Prospects and Support, and thanks for enduring all the computer hassle. Another good day is, being on this side of the grass. It's good to be in touch again. I feel closer now than before, and the Southwest has even chipped away at hooking up sometime. My H G/W F6B 1800, is too short quartered for my 6/2" butt, so I put on floor boards, H&T shifter and H/W pegs, and I'm still workin' at it. Bottom line is probably another bike. It's good to be in touch. Nothing on the road but rubber.
Hands out.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Great to see your POST hang in there BROTHER HOOD is not to far away ,Remember to keep your sponsor and PREZ up to date along with CLUB
Ed Stanley from Glendale wrote on 05/06/2020 at 9:45 am:
Looks like things are starting to open up in Arizona.
Now I can get a hair cut.
The main thing is that we are all safe and healthy.
Good luck on your last treatment Skinner.
Laam good luck on your hip replacement,
It want be long we will all be riding together again.
Steamer nvffnv
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Right you are nice POST from HANDS keep on keepin on
RTO from West Mifflin,pa 15122 wrote on 05/06/2020 at 6:03 am:
Great morning, Boss, patched members, fellow prospects & support
well I must say it is going to be a bitter sweet day, I'm trading in my yellow 2012 CVO & picking up a red & black 2016 CVO, it's time to make the move, 30K miles as apposed to 6K miles, it's a no brainer and life is good. I'm also supposed to hook up with my sponsor Doc Gonzo, our meeting fell through last week because of letting others take control of my mission, that won't happened today..
Hoping all is well and healthy, I see more and more cars on the road these day, guessing people are fed up with our government controlling us. there is a video on you tube called " pandemic documentary, the hidden agenda behind covid 19 " this is pretty informative, check it out if you can.
I wanna shout out to Grumpy and all officers for sending me the clubs top rocker, I feel so blessed and privileged to have this honor bestowed upon me, thank you all for have the confidence in me to carry this torch..
well until my next entry, take care & stay safe.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
well I will hate to see the yellow bike go for it is our colors,but now you have a newer bike.SWEET.I know you will do us proud.