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RTO from West Mifflin wrote on 06/13/2021 at 9:34 am
Great morning Boss Skinner, Brothers, Prospects & Support

well like everyone is posting two weeks and counting.
D9 myself and Rascal will leaving our AO on the 19th and should be arriving at the nationals on the 20th.

The weather out this way has been wet/dry, can't wait for all of this to clear up. gonna change the oil on Lame/Andy one more time before departure, just did it about three weeks ago, can't hurt.

Not much to report out this way, all is well on the east coast, life is good and God is great.

until the Nationals my Brothers, stay healthy be safe and live life to it's fullest..

Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
ride safe weather here hot last two days and humid
raymondkoch wrote on 06/12/2021 at 9:55 pm
Greetings all ;
Road up to dealership with no check engine light coming on like last week but left Pearl with service tech just to make sure.Also having bag lights put on and general tire and battery check and once over to make sure she is ready for NATIONAL.Will get her back sometime this week.
Also spent the day with family my older brother turns 80 this week and we had a little party.Good to see all the Koch's ,Bono's and Hudson families together some real old farts.
okay that's all from this ao
keep the posts coming and please ride safe.
THUMPER from Perrysburg wrote on 06/12/2021 at 6:04 pm
Greetings, Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Members, Prospects, and Supports.
All is well in the AO
If you all have been paying attention you'll notice that Thumpers mission is almost complete.
The elusive 1,000 is within his sights
A swift kill his eminent.
Failure is not an option.
Already dreaming of a celebration at Nationals with a cold beer and a steady handshake for My BROTHERS.
This is THUMPER over but Never counted OUT.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
love ya BROTHER
Wayne watts kilo from Bow, WA wrote on 06/12/2021 at 7:19 am
Top of the morning to Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Brothers, Prospects, and Support. Well here I go again. Four more days and I will start my road trip again. I will leave my birth state of SD, and head to Nationals. This time the 16th I should be on the road to meet up with NW Regional President Radio, and some of the Patched Brothers. If all goes well we should be there around noon on the 20th. Be safe, see you there. Kilo
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Hope you all have a safe enjoyable ride.
Twin from Wichita Falls wrote on 06/11/2021 at 10:57 am
Greetings to all Patch holders, Prospects and Support
We are heading to Galveston Tx. for a family reunion then home for two days .Next stop SR 2021 for my MC family get together.
.I pray all a enjoyable and safe ride to nationals . See you soon.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
ya going to love it be safe have fun
GearBox from Surprise wrote on 06/10/2021 at 7:03 pm
Greetings Boss, Regional Presidents, fellow Patch Holders, Prospects, Support etc. All is good our AO, In Country Shade Temps here, 104- 115 through next week. Lots of hydration stops. Well all is on track so far, Both homes appraised above loan value. Now ours is in funding, just waiting for final approval. 12 days and wake up to close here, then 5 more to close on new place. Starting to go fast, This Monday will be last with Breakfast club until settled in. About all for now Boss, Positive thoughts and prayers for all on mend. May the Good Lord keep you all safe and rubber side down for the National journey. ML&R LLRBF
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
hope all continues as planned for you wish you could make National but home comes first.
Rebel from Lees Summit wrote on 06/09/2021 at 8:58 am
Greetings Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Prospects and Support. Weather has been hot and dry all week so far. Been checking future forecast and it looks like mid to high 80’s for National. Looking forward to our time and riding together. Everyone please be safe in your travels to the “show me” state and I will see you there.
THUMPER from P-BURG OHIO wrote on 06/09/2021 at 4:46 am
Greetings, Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Members, Prospects, and Supports.
Well it looks like five straight days of H2O. Hope it clears up by the 19th. I'm not a real big fan of riding in the rain. I'll do it, just don't like it.
But for the overabundance of water all is well in my AO
Hope to see everyone soon. Stay Safe see you at NATIONALS
This is THUMPER sayin Over but Never Out because it don't mean nothin.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
we have sure had a wet spring sound have a good garden if your into that.
Eugene O Hatcher (Draco) from battleground wrote on 06/07/2021 at 1:06 pm
to my Leader's and Brother's in the Nam Vets . I"m sorry this late entry. I want to say that it has been a great experience to become a part of the NW Region of Nam Vets.i had a great time on the run to Soap Lake,and I really enjoyed the time spent the members I"m sorry that I will not be able to make the run to Peidmont. Draco
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
There will be another time ,thanks for the entry take care.
Singer from Beckley wrote on 06/07/2021 at 8:52 am
Greetings one and all!

Less than 2 weeks left til Nationals! Can't wait!

Ride safe and smart, guys!

Singer & Doc
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
u 2
raymondkoch wrote on 06/07/2021 at 7:57 am
Zoot from Spencer, Indiana wrote on 06/07/2021 at 4:07 am
I was looking at weather over around Piedmont......looks like there may be some rain during the Annual Run. Don’t forget your rain suit!

NE Region President
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
would not have it any other way right
Radio from Clearlake wrote on 06/06/2021 at 11:45 pm
Greetings Brothers, Prospects and Support,
Ready to hit the road, Bag packed for last two days. Will repack for first time tomorrow. Will eventually get it right.Will take bike in Saturday to see if I can get the BCM reprogrammed for my led headlight. Hate riding with fault light but don’t hold out much hope.
Hoping to squeeze the last raindrops out before I leave home. Not ready to dry up yet on the wet side of the mountains.
Ride safe, dry and warm!!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
waiting and getting excited ride safe
Zoot from Spencer, Indiana wrote on 06/06/2021 at 6:38 pm
Hello Boss, National Officers, Regional Presidents, Brothers, Prospects & Support!

I can feel the excitement for the National Run through all the messages posted on this board. It is great.

I had a great time at the Flintknapping (making stone tools) 5-day gathering in Kampsville, Illinois. I learned some new things & only hit my hand with the moose antler billet one time. 👍 Bessie, my Service Dog, went with me & she was perfect the entire time we were there.

Big WELL DONE to two NE Region members; SAA RTO & Prospect Rascal, for the flag placement on Veterans graves for Memorial Day! Along with 18 other volunteers they placed 14,000+ flags.

Boss, thanks for getting your friend to come to National to sew patches on cuts.
I was reading about your engine warning light. I had both the red light & the yellow light when I got home from our ride to Beckley, WV. Initially I thought it was a low battery in the fob but while I was gone to Kampsville I left the trike at HD & got the oil changed & some other things checked including those warning lights. The warning lights had come on because of a problem with the rear brake light switch. I guess I should get a manual for a 2016 Freewheeler so that things aren’t such a mystery to non-mechanic like me.

That’s all from my AO, see you at National!!

NE Region President
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
it was rather nerve bending glad my buddy new what to do
Dutch from Montana wrote on 06/06/2021 at 5:26 pm
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
love it
Michael Lynn Robeson from Perrysburg wrote on 06/06/2021 at 1:51 pm
Greetings, Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Members, Prospects, and Supports.
All is well in the BURG./ My AO
Don't tell anyone but THUMPER is on a Secret Mission.
I'm to sneak up to that thousand post and take her hostage.
If I get caught in the process no one knows a thing AND this message will self-destruct in 60 Seconds. Good Luck THUMPER
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
mission possible
raymondkoch wrote on 06/05/2021 at 4:33 pm
Well the ride for cancer and St.Jude's went off rather well except for my check engine light came on.Rode about 10 miles with it on not really knowing what else to do because we were that far from a town some might remember Eminence Mo we stayed there twice for National.Got there and my good friend Tracey had the answer he reset the computer and all was good.Oil was good and screen showed good oil pressure and the light went off after the reset.Always ride with some one smarter than you who knows Harley's it sure helps.
Kim and Jeff owners of Sunset Point rode with us nice couple and they ride what more could you ask for.
Bike will go into shop for further check and will have it put on dyno machine.
that's it from here ride safe.
Wayne Watts from Bow wrote on 06/04/2021 at 3:27 pm
It's a great afternoon, Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Brothers, fellow Prospects, and our great Support. I am trying to help get that number over 1000. So if you tired of me, just say so and I will come down with a bad case of broken finger. Like everyone but Texas, the sun has been out every day, and the temp. has been between 80 & 90 each day. Had AAA hall my trike back up to Rapid City so they could fix my clutch. It was a simple fix, and they had it done the same afternoon. Went up to Rapid about noon yesterday, picked up my trike rode it back to my brothers in Hot Springs. Every thing is working great so now I am itching to get going to National. Until we ( the Patched Brothers, and one old Prospect from the NW ) get there, ride safe, watch for the ones that are not watching for you. Be safe, see you at the National. Gods speed!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
thanks,wish some more would help us out with this as much as you have we would already be over the top.
Michael Lynn Robeson from Perrysburg wrote on 06/04/2021 at 8:26 am
Greetings, Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Members, Prospects, and Supports.
All is well in my AO just a tad bit WET.
Counting down the days. 600 mile trip to Nationals. This will be Baby Girls longest run yet. Can't wait. See you all soon.
Stay Safe. Keep it upright and between the ditch's.
this is THUMPER with LLRBF, Over but never Out.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
looking forward to it also.
RTO from West Mifflin wrote on 06/04/2021 at 7:21 am
Top of the morning, Boss Skinner, Brothers, & Support

the flag planting task went really well, Prospect Rascal, myself and about 18 others successfully planted some 14K plus flag on the graves of our brother veterans, this always humbles me.

D9, myself and 7 other rode to Gettysburg memorial day weekend, D9 has never been there and she took in a ton of history in one day, it's hard to believe that we had a battle in our state in 1863 that lasted 3 days and took the lives of many. we walked through the town of Gettysburg and was at awe to see the bullet holes in many buildings on our walk to breakfast Sunday morning.

Hope all is well and like many people predicted, the scamdemic has come to an end in June, to bad this all took place and lives were lost over an election.

peace of the lord be with you all..

Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
I'm sure your trip was quite a History lesson.Thanks to Prospect Rascal and You for placing flags honoring our Hero's.