Write a new entry for the Guestbook

 
 
 
 
 
 
Fields marked with * are required.
Your E-mail address won't be published.
For security reasons we save the IP address 54.85.57.0.
It's possible that your entry will only be visible in the guestbook after we reviewed it.
We reserve the right to edit, delete, or not publish entries.
788 entries.
Thumper from P-Burg wrote on 11/05/2020 at 5:32 am:
Greeting Brothers, Prospects, Supports and well-wishers
All is good in the Buckeye State. The cold snap gave way to some warmer weather and the wind therapy has been good in my AO. Baby Girl and I have clocked 1300 miles so far. I do love that trike. Never thought I'd say that, but there it is. Life is so much easier on three wheels. Looking forward to Nationals and a chance to meet up with everybody again. Till then Stay Safe. Love you all. LLRBF-NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
weather here has been great just can't seem to find time to ride,house honey do's preparing for winter.Thanks for the POST.
RTO ( Eddie ) from West Mifflin, Pa wrote on 10/27/2020 at 7:02 am:
Greetings boss Skinner, brothers, prospects, & support

well winter is getting closer and closer now and I really dislike this time of the year, it seems like it lasts forever, I guess sitting in is better than carrying mail in all day long..

My grandson Rocky Ace was baptized this past Sunday, he didn't fuss, cry, or anything, he was so laid back enjoying the anointing of our Lord.

It's getting close to where the scooter is put away from the winter and I start driving my truck again, haven't put many miles on it since I bought it 2 years ago, covid then the bike all summer. I haven't checked the milage on LameAndy to see how many mile I put on it since buying it in March or April, it had 3,600 when I bought it..

Looking forward to the national next year, hoping all traces of this virus is gone for good and we can move on to a normal life, a life not controlled by a governing fool..

Hope this little note finds everyone in good health, praying for brother Brelon to regain his good health, I posted on gmail that Fox News suggested taking vitamins D3 & Zinc to fight the covid, I added drinking tonic water because of the quinine in it which is supposed to help as well, good luck brother..

well until my next entry, take care all, be safe, and god bless.

RTO.......................................................out
Radio from Clearlake wrote on 10/23/2020 at 8:03 pm:
Greetings Brothers, Prospects and Support,
First snow on the hills today. Probably some global warming somewhere else. Will still get a ride or two in between raindrops and snowflakes.
Will start planning for Northwest Spring run soon. Maybe the World will get back to normal by then.
Boss, You should recieve an application soon. Let me know if you need more information. Think we covered everything.

Hope all is well!
Ride when you can!
NVFFNV
Radio
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Thanks Brother hope it makes it here we have some others still outstanding do not understand what is going on with the snail mail.
Doc Gonzo & Singer from Santa Ana wrote on 10/23/2020 at 7:52 pm:
Greetings Brothers, Supports, future Prospects, well-wishers & lookey-loos!!

Well let's try this again.

Yesterday, 10/22, was a GREAT day. Finally got some very good news on the personal issue.

Later, we got to meet up with Brother Hands. Had a good time with that and a pretty tasty Chinese lunch. Always glad to meet up with a Brother. Can hardly wait to get some road time in with him. C'mon National!!!

After that, we high-tailed it over to Norco where we met up with a Brother Firefighter I worked with in both Iraq & Afghanistan. I think it did us both a world of good. I know it did me.

Also today, we got to spend some time with Joey. Some of you may remember him from August at my AO. He's doing well and staying busy.

Last part, we're back on the road East in the morning. Will be glad to get home, sleep in our own bed. I don't anticipate many stops on our way there.

ML&R LLRBF

Doc Gonzo & Singer
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Glad to hear such good news.
Doc Gonzo & Singer from Santa Ana wrote on 10/20/2020 at 9:20 pm:
Greetings Brothers, Supports, future Prospects, well-wishes and lookey-lous.

Well 2020, the hits just keep on coming. Out here in Cali the only good news I have is I spoke with Brother Brelon today and he's well on the mend. Will meet up with Brother Hands later this week. So looking forward to that.

Singer and I spent yesterday at the beach, Seal Beach first where we found the water to be warmer than expected. Then late afternoon & early evening on Santa Monica pier. Singer can cross that off her bucket list now.

Thursday will be a big day, sorry still not at liberty to fully discuss; but whatever God, deity or being you hold holy and pray to, or even strong positive waves from non-believers certainly will not hurt our situation and will be much appreciated. Wish we could just wake up and this whole mess be over. I know that's not the reality though.

ML&R to my Brothers; LLRBF

Doc Gonzo & Singer
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
best of luck to you we will be praying.Tell Hands he to is in my thoughts
LLRB
Phillip Mihoover from Crosby wrote on 10/18/2020 at 10:00 pm:
Would like to join !
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Welcome home we will be in touch.
GearBox from Surprise, AZ wrote on 10/18/2020 at 7:52 pm:
Greetings to all our Brothers, Support, possible prospects , etc. Nice job Brother Hands, Our cut running in cally Cool, Welcome to Robbie Black, Glad you took the plunge and sent your stuff in. You'll love our MC, We are a tight knit group , We are family and Brothers forever. All is good my AO, Luv that nights are getting cooler. All for now, Stay safe all. LLRBF
HANDS from Los Angeles wrote on 10/17/2020 at 10:34 am:
Greetings, Brothers, Supporters, and those lookin' in.
On Friday, (10/16) I was the tail end of 150 MARINE RIDERS MC club, from the American Legion Post in Cypress (CA#295). The ride was to the Los Angeles Riverside National Cemetery (adjacent to March AFB) where a fallen rider's ashes were placed by his wife and Chaplin. Even though I was at the tail end (not being a member) of the over a quarter mile long line of bikers I some how felt my NAM VETS colors were flying high. I got quite a few looks and a few stairs. I kind of think the "NAM VETS" colors may have been new to them and they were curious. Several guys came up, shook my hand and offered some congratulatory comments for serving. The run to Riverside was 174 ml. but the actual mileage is about 75 miles. This was a tandem ride and not a staggered ride, and everyone rode with flashers on. No incidents or accidents. It wasn't a return ride, everyone left on their own. But the "NAM VETS" Colors were there!
OUT!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
WOW THANKS FOR HAVING OUR COLORS ON AND WORN WITH PRIDE. I'm sure they were new to lots of riders out there THANKS HANDS.awesome BROTHER.LLRB
Dutch from Eureka, Montana wrote on 10/16/2020 at 7:39 pm:
Welcome Home Bill .... !
William Black from Wichita Falls wrote on 10/16/2020 at 4:03 pm:
I have talked with and met a NAM VET MC NOMAD Brother Twin here in Wichita Falls, Texas and talked to Skinner in MO. He asked me to introduce myself here. I was raised in Butner, N.C. joined the Navy in 1968, stationed in NAS OCEANA at Virginia Beach for 2 years. Went in-country Vietnam in March 1971-72. I was stationed in Bihn Thuy with the FASU and was a firefighter and on the Crash Crew Team next to Cambodia off the Delta. Came back to N.C. bought my first Motorcycle a 450 Honda. I accepted Jesus as my Lord in January 1974, went to Bible College and became a Pastor for 20 years and in March 2007 I had a 1980 Chevy fall off a floor jack onto me, broke 7 ribs and messed up my PTSD. I retired from Ministry in 2008 and am a 100 percent Disabled Vietnam Veteran. I wrote a Book on my life called "My Story for His Glory", that tells my life Story, if you want more information than I give here. I road with the Combat Veterans Association for awhile, I road with Biker's for Christ and was a Chapter Elder in Colorado Springs before moving to Texas. I stepped out of BFCMM. I met Twin here in Wichita Falls, Texas and we talked about me joining NAM VETS MC NOMAD and I have sent in all the information required and the check. If you accept me I will be honored to be part of the Brotherh. I Respect all people rather they believe like me or not, I do not condemn those the chooses to live different than me, I have no problem with those that drink beer, alcohol etc. I will set at the bar or table with you and drink my Diet Dr. Pepper, if you get drunk I'll help carry you home lol, I been there and done that. I hope you will allow me to be part of the NAM VET MC Brotherhood. Thank you. Robbie Black
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
WELCOME HOME sounds like the start of a PROSPECT.Good luck I hope TWIN can help you with any questions you have
RTO (eddie) from West Mifflin. Pa wrote on 10/12/2020 at 3:01 pm:
Howdy, Boss Skinner, Regional Bosses, Brothers, prospects & support people,
Way-ta-go Grumpy, congratulations to Zoot and welcome to any new prospects. I had a guy who is interested in becoming a brother but I'm not sure if he sent his paper work & dues in, let me know boss if you heard anything if not then I'll give him a call.
well the year is winding down fast, and I really enjoy this time of the year, warm days cool night, leaves turning different colors, such a beautiful site and still out riding, might be riding until November, who knows
Been getting an indoor project done that I started a couple years back, it's time to stop sitting and start getting..
My grandson will be 5 months the month and weights a ton, he's about 20lbs now and growing like a weed, I love the heck out of this little guy.
Really not much going on in my AO, went to see a Motley Crue tribute band this past friday night, well worth the hour long ride to and fro to see them.
well just wanted to let all know D9 and I are alive and doing fine..
Until my next entry, peace and love to all
RTO....................................out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
no mail from anyone just talked to LAAM.
Grumpy from Sesser wrote on 10/11/2020 at 4:13 pm:
Patchholders, Supports, and well wishers.
It was time for me to retire. I will ride on some runs.
Nationals are a given. Zoot will be a good replacement for me.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
GRUMPY you served the CLUB well and we all will miss your words of wisdom and riding with you,THANK YOU BROTHER.
Dutch from Eureka, Montana wrote on 10/11/2020 at 8:44 am:
Brothers, support, those look'n:
Damn Gearbox, you mean I'm not the only one who has noticed how fast time seems to be movin' ? It's get'n so I'm nervous about closing my eyes at night for fear of waking up in the morning and missing a year. What's up with that ?????
Am look'n forward to the upgrades to our Web Site Boss. Since the beginning, it has amazed me how much interest the NAMVETSMC.COM has generated. I know there are at least 3 applications out as I type. It's a good feeling knowing that Nam Vets are still out there, still riding, and wanting the connection we all shared so many decades ago. Our Brotherhood is something special !!!
For me up here, have seen the word "snow" in the local forecast. Got mixed emotions over it. On one hand it's "UGH" here comes winter, on the other hand it's "here comes 2021", and that can't happen soon enough for me.
On another upside, got my Ballot in the mail yesterday, feel'n kinda' powerful this morning. I will take care of that "business" in a quick hurry. I will turn my Ballot in to the local Sherriff's Dept. , and then sit back and watch ..... (one more hurdle for 2020)
As always: Love-Loyalty- Respect ....
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
agree with both and all time fly's when your having f u n .
raymondkoch wrote on 10/10/2020 at 12:46 pm:
GREETINGS ALL,
I HAVE BEEN A LITTLE BUSY CONDUCTING THE ELECTION OF NORTHEAST PRESIDENT.THAT WENT FAST AND SMOOTH.I WAS SO PROUD TO SEE BROTHERS NEW TO THE CLUB STEP UP SO WE REALLY HAD A CLOSE AND FAIR ELECTION.
MY HEALTH IMPROVES DAILY BUT STILL HAVE A WAYS TO GO.HOPE ALL OF THE REST OF YOU ARE WELL AND RIDING.
LAAM HAS A DATE SET FOR HIP REPLACEMENT AND WE ALL NEED TO KEEP HIM IN OUR PRAYERS.I FEEL SURE ALL WILL GO WELL FOR HIM AND HE WILL RECOVER 100% AND BE BACK ON HIS BIKE.
GONZO IS ON THE ROAD TAKING CARE OF SOME PERSONAL BUSINESS HOPE ALL GOES GREAT FOR HIM AND FAMILY.
ALL I REPEAT ALL BROTHERS AND SUPPORT SHOULD BE TAKING SOMETIME OUT TO POST AND READ ALL THE POSTS HERE ON THE WEB.THIS IS ONE GREAT WAY TO LET US KNOW ABOUT YOU AND WHATS GOING ON IN YOUR AO.
I HAVE ASKED A FELLOW EMPLOYEE TO HELP OUT WITH SOME UPGRADES TO OUR SITE SO I WILL LET YOU KNOW HOW THAT GOES.WE WILL HAVE TO PAY HIM BUT I THINK IT WILL BE IMPRESSIVE AND PUT US OUT FRONT OF OTHERS.
THAT ALL I GOT .
GearBox from Surprise,AZ wrote on 10/09/2020 at 8:39 pm:
Greetings Boss, full patch, support, etc. Just a quick note, All is good our AO. Got some nice wind today ( was only 65 degrees when left, 93 when got home.) Luv It. !! Hope all are feeling good. Have two calendars on fridge, one for 2021 and one for National, First thing I do is mark both before coffee LOL. Want the time to go quick for each one but Damm, it seems like the older we get, the faster the days pass. LOL.. Well , all for now stay safe all. LLRBF NVFFNV
Twin from Texas wrote on 10/09/2020 at 10:28 am:
Hello to all Patch holders ,prospects and support
Congratulations to Grumpy on his retirement .
I have meet with a prospective new member this week . He has sent in his paper work and I look forward to having some one in Texas to ride with. NVFFNV TWIN
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
sounds good
Doc Gonzo & Singer from City of Orange wrote on 10/08/2020 at 10:38 am:
GREETINGS to all Brothers, Supports, future Prospects, lookie-lous and well wishers.

Well d**n; we're in California. If we didn't need to be certainly we could not be. Their Governor, legislature, and health director have pretty much shut the State down. I almost feel sorry for the poor b******s who can't afford to leave here. Almost, but not quite because if they moved, they'd probably bring the same problems with them they voted for that got Cali in this mess.

Okay, off the Cali sucks rant.

Singer and I are doing great. She's feeling almost 100% now, I'm still lagging a bit around 95%.

Even since we caged it out here, it was a great trip. We drove through Painted Desert & Petrified Forest National Parks. Singer had never seen them. Stayed in our favourite Route 66 motel in Winslow. Stayed in the Eagles themed room this time. Harley room was taken.

Wanted to let everyone know we're still alive and kicking. TCB.

We both appreciate your continued positive thought, vibes, &/or prayers as we're taking care of our Cali business.

ML&R, LLRBF

Doc Gonzo & Singer
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
hope all goes well
Thumper from P-burg, Ohio wrote on 10/07/2020 at 6:29 pm:
Greetings Boss Skinner, Patched Members and supports and well-wishers. Congratulations to our new Regional president Zoot. Looking forward to his leadership. Also, congratulations to Grumpy on his retirement. Looking forward to the New Year and hoping that are numbers swell and the MC get's Bigger and Stronger. I would you like to see each one of our members, seek out and recruit a new prospect this year. WE CAN DO THIS. These are my thoughts and dreams for this club. This is THUMPER over and out. LLRBF-NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
great idea
Sling Blade from Everett, WA wrote on 10/03/2020 at 3:03 pm:
Greetings and Salutations to all Brothers, Prospects, Support, and those checking to see what we're about and our mission in this world.
When Life starts piling on all the chaos I check out the Gallery and the smiles and giggles come out. Good Medicine.
These times are sort of like being confined to barracks awaiting new orders- hurry up and wait. Lol!
We ride when possible, represent our Club and Brotherhood, and look to that distant horizon with all those good times to come.
I always feel honored to be counted among you all in this great adventure our MC and Life provides.
I hope all are well, making some stories to tell, and if needed- raising a little hell!
Love, Loyalty, Respect, Brotherhood, Forever.
Sling Blade NSAA
NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS FOR POSTING,WE ARE LUCKY TO HAVE SUCH GREAT BROTHERS
Thumper from P-burg, Ohio wrote on 10/03/2020 at 9:54 am:
Greetings and Salutations to all patched members, Supports and Well-Wishers. My AO is looking good, COLD but Good. I'd like to wish Doc Gonzo safe travels. I tried to correspond on Facebook, But apparently I've been put back in Facebook jail for 30 days. I really do HATE, that Social Media Site. It is sad that people, are so easily offended. Enough Ranting. Here's hoping that everyone is doing well, 200 more miles and Baby Girl will be going in for her thousand mile service. I sure do love riding that machine. It's so much easier on the old bones. Can't Hardly Wait for Nationals and a chance to meet everyone. Keep it safe, Keep it upright and Keep out of trouble. This is Thumper saying LLRBF- NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
KEEP POSTING LOVE TO HEAR FROM ALL