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RTO from west mifflin. pa wrote on 05/25/2021 at 6:52 am
Great morning Boss Skinner,Patched Brothers, Prospects, & Support

it's been a while since my last post so where do I start, lets start with my grandson having his first birthday, it was such and great feeling to know that my blood runs through his veins and to see how fast he progressing, I love that little boy with my heart and soul.

Had a great time at Doc Gonzo & Singers home earlier this month during our divisional spring run, they are such wonderful people and their hospitality was endless, Prospect Rascal got his top and bottom rockers and his MC patches, I am a proud sponsor to see a future brother move up in the ranks,

Today as I sit here and type this message I have such a proud feeling in my heart because I have the great honor to plant flags on the graves of the 14 thousand veterans at Calvary cemetery here in Pittsburgh, I've been doing this for 7 years now and it never gets old, we had about 20 volunteers yesterday and most were our age old, with the exception of one 22 year old young lady, all were proud to be there..

D9, myself and about 6 other couples are riding out to Gettysburg this up coming weekend to take in some history, she has never been there and she is so excited to see part of our country's history.

well I've got to get ready to set out and continue this task because they all have to be done by memorial day and the time flys when you're doing something you so enjoy.

until my next post, I hope my message finds all in great health and ready to " Roll On " to the nationals in June

LLRB NVFFNV

RTO...........................................out
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
again THANKS for putting Veterans and Family out front for all to see.I'm sure your Grandson will be a fine man with Grandpa's lead.
GearBox from Surprise wrote on 05/24/2021 at 8:10 pm
Greetings Boss ( Happy Birthday ) . Greetings fellow Patched Holders, Prospects, Support, etc. All is good my AO. Have signing on this house 6/24. Looks like we are staying in this AO. Inspection report for TX did not work out. No Biggie, Life always throws a curve now and then. Our agent is pretty good and has been looking at different homes here. Will work out ok, Don't have to be out of here till end of July. Buyer's are pretty cool, gave us plenty of time to find place. And it saves us a ton of move money. Will keep you updated Boss. All for now. Prayers and positive thoughts to all on mend. Ride Safe all. LLRBF NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
Prayers your way it will work out
Twin from Wichita Falls wrote on 05/24/2021 at 2:30 pm
Greetings to all Patch Holders, Prospects, Supports and visitors
I went for a 60 mile ride in the rain Sunday . Not as much fun as I remembered . When we went to to lake on Friday it was sunny.
But this is Texas the weather changes quickly . It was good practice for National . See you all soon.

LLRBF TWIN
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
soon my BROTHER
buda from High Springs, fl wrote on 05/24/2021 at 10:10 am
it's good to see the GB filling up, brother Skinner is today your Birthday?
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
YES SIR THANKS.
Daneen Roller from Pittsburgh wrote on 05/24/2021 at 6:34 am
27 more days to Nationals where I am looking forward to meeting everyone, got my D9 patch, Vest is ready, can't wait to wear it with pride.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
we all know you will wear it with pride,THANKS
Zoot from Spencer, IN wrote on 05/24/2021 at 3:35 am
Hello Boss, Officers National & Regional, Patched Members, Prospects, & Support Members!

I want to say the 2nd Annual NE/SE Regions Spring Run was a success because of the Support by Singer (SE Region) & Doc Gonzo (SE Region President). They are great hosts & have gone all out the last 2 years to make it fun. Last year & this year the Spring Run was used to welcome new prospects, last year was Thumper & RTO, this year was Rascal. RTO was selected, after he patched-in, to be the first Sergeant At Arms for the newly formed NE Region. I checked my mileage after my Nomad ride to Beckley, WV & back home (including our ride down to Bristol, VA for lunch) & the 3-day ride was 1,218 miles. For some crazy reason I thought WV would be warm—NOT! 😎 Doc rescued me by loaning a jacket. The first week of June, Bessie (my Service Dog) & I are caging to Kampsville, IL for the Annual Flintknapping gathering at the Archaeology Center there. We spend the week gathering flint in dry stream beds, heat treating it & then chipping arrowheads out of the flint.

I will see everyone at the NAMVETS Annual Run the end of June. It should be a good time.

NVFFNV
Zoot
NorthEast Region President
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
I hear you all had a great time,wish I could have made it,see you soon.
Wayne w watts sr from Bow wrote on 05/23/2021 at 9:29 pm
Top of the evening to our President Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Brothers, Prospects, and Support. See how I am not a Patched Brother,I seem to have run into a small problem. I would like to say something to a Patched Brother, but how do I address him. Mister, Sir, Patched Holder I am going to shoot for the last. PATCH HOLDER Dutch, MT. is and always has been a beautiful state, but at times it "sucks". I have been stuck in this motel in Butt, MT. for two days now waiting for the SNOW to stop falling on the rocky mt. pass, so I can go on to Rapid City. I hate snow, I hate snow, I grew up on the East side of the Black Hills of SD. Did I say I hate snow. Well tomorrow I head over,and if I happen to slid off into some canyon, I will haunt you and this state forever. Your Prospect
KILO
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
PATCH HOLDER is the correct term
Dutch from Montana wrote on 05/22/2021 at 9:29 am
Sit'n here think'n about last weeks Regional Run.
When we left, got to do something that I don't get to do often. Got to ride that "second" position", where I could get a good look at this Patch we have chosen to wear. Taken it all in.
We hit the Interstate, I put my front tire right even with BD's rear tire, and we started the dance.
We rode like we had been riding together for 50 years. Pass'n trucks and cars, changing lanes like it was one bike instead of two, all the while do'n 80 mph ...... and we did it for 100 miles. It was poetry on two wheels.
What a blast !
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
the good times rolling down the road..............
Radio from Clearlake wrote on 05/20/2021 at 2:55 am
Greetings Brothers, Prospects and Support,
2021 Spring run for the NWR turned out well. Weather always a crap shoot in our AO. Not the first time for the NVMC in Soap Lake for good reason. Not often do business owners go so far out of their way to make sure we enjoy our stay.
Ready to get on to National. Fresh fluids and a bug scrub and away we go. Anxious to see my Brothers and all the new Prospects.
Ride hard, stop often and stay safe.
LLRB
Radio
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
I hear you are the man ,never doubted it THANKS.
Sling Blade from Everett wrote on 05/20/2021 at 1:52 am
Greetings and Salutations to all Patch Holders, Prospects, Support, and those out there who never felt they could relate with anyone other than another who served during the Vietnam War.
Sitting at home still under the effects of the "road morphine" from the NW Spring Run. A great place to stay-Masters Inn at Soap Lake, WA, who's owner provided us with a fantastic feast, cold brews, Brothers, Support Sister, open roads, new places to visit, and more memories for the soul! For the first time in years I felt NORMAL again.
Everywhere we rolled, people saw the patch and the Club who wears it with honor.
Thank you to NW President Radio, Support Trina, and the Brothers and Prospects who made it a fun success
I wish all smooth roads, balanced loads, and comfortable abodes!
LLRBF NVFFNV
Sling Blade NSAA
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
inspiration with words of wisdom THANKS
Trina Ireland from Fruitland wrote on 05/20/2021 at 12:52 am
Thank you NW Nomads for including me in the 2021 NW Spring Run. Best year so far. Nice meeting the Prospects Kilo and Draco. Great guys. Had a lot of fun. Motel owners again were kind enough to supply dinner the last night and Chef Radio did a beautiful job with the steak and chicken. Have a great National. Hope to make it some day. Thank you also to all of the members for welcoming me. Love them.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
I hear you were taking good care of the BROTHERS ,THANKS glad you made the run
Wayne Watts from Bow wrote on 05/19/2021 at 10:52 pm
Good evening Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Brothers, Prospects, and our support. Friday I will be leaving my son's home. His wife Rowina, and Wayne jr. live by a very small town "Chesaw" on top of a hill in the center of Washington at about 4000 ft. level. It has been snowing the last two days. I guess my run to Butt Mt. is going to be a very cold run. Thank God I have my heated gear with me this time. I should not complain, the last mo. has been sun, sun, and more sun fantastic!!! When I make it to Rapid City, SD the bike is going to repair for a couple of small things. When Radio, and the NW crew pass on their way to nationals I will join up for the ride to National. Wish me luck on missing the rain and snow. See you at Nationals, ride safe.
KILO
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
big plans be safe have fun
raymondkoch wrote on 05/19/2021 at 8:00 pm
GREETINGS OFFICERS,BROTHER,PROSPECTS, SUPPORT AND RETIRED MEMBERS;

TRIPWIRE/BRELON IS STILL IN HOSPITAL BECAUSE HIS LUNGS ARE NOT YET FUNCTIONING PROPERLY. JILL HAS BEEN KEEPING ME INFORMED AND HAS HOPE HE WILL BE COMING HOME WITHIN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS. PLEASE KEEP HIM IN YOUR THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS.

TRYING TO GET OVER TO SPRINGFIELD AREA TO MEET UP WITH REBEL AND PRESENT HIM WITH HIS PROSPECT COLORS ON WEDNESDAY. HOWEVER THE WEATHER MAY PREVENT THAT IF SO I WILL TRY AGAIN.

LAST DAY OF WORK IS TOMORROW BUT HAVE A FEW OUT OF TOWN CLASSES I WILL ATTEND DURING JUNE BEFORE AND AFTER NATIONAL AND AGAIN IN JULY.

NATIONAL IS JUST AROUND THE BEND AHEAD IN THE ROAD. AS YOU TRAVEL THIS WAY KEEP YOUR HEAD ON A SWIVEL AND MAY THE GOOD LORD KEEP YOU ALL SAFE. I KNOW WE ARE ALL LOOKING FORWARD TO THIS NATIONAL FOR LOTS OF REASONS. SO MANY NEW MEMBERS SO MANY OLD FRIENDS AND LOTS OF GOOD WORK TO BE DONE.

BLOOD PRESSURE DID A BIG JUMP FOR SOME REASON SO I WENT TO PRIVATE DOCTOR.HE INCREASED MEDS A LITTLE 2.5 ADDED TO 5MG I ALREADY TAKE SEEMS LIKE THE RIGHT MOVE SO FAR.BLOOD WORK AND URINE CAME BACK GOOD.

KANDDIS LEAVES FOR BASIC JUNE 8TH THEN COMES HOME AND WILL FINISH HIGH SCHOOL.I'M WORRIED BUT HAVE FAITH SHE WILL BE SAFE.

PLEASE KEEP POSTING SO WE CAN MEET THE 1000 GOAL. THIS WILL HELP PUSH US UP IN RATINGS WHERE MORE VETERANS WILL SEE OUR NAME WHICH TUNS INTO MORE MEMBERS.

NVFFNV LLRB SKINNER
Wayne Watts from Bow wrote on 05/19/2021 at 12:06 am
Good evening Boss, Regional Presidents Patched Brothers, Prospects, and Support. Well as you can see our Spring Run is over. I think all that were their had a good time. I would like to extend my thanks to our Regional President Radio, his effort to make this Spring Run an enjoyable event was outstanding. This also goes out to a wonderful Lady that was our Support. She went out of her way to see that we had cold water, something to eat, or just their to help. On our run to the dam I ended up with 1 of my mufflers about to fall off. There was a small shop in town that repaired my bike with the correct HD part. The total bill that I was charged for parts and labor was $5.00. The person that helped me also owned a small bar & grill in town. He call his wife and had her open it up so we could have lunch. This Spring Run just wet my apatite for the NATIONAL meeting. If the rest of the NAM VET BROTHERS are as enjoyable as the NW BROTHERS I will be there to meet each one, and wish each one "Welcome Home". Till then ride safe see you at NATIONALS.
KILO
Kilo
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS OUT TO ALL THAT MADE THE NW SPRING RUN.A BIG THANKS TO TRINA FOR ALL SHE DID AND RADIO ANOTHER EXCELLENT JOB.
Twin from Wichita Falls wrote on 05/18/2021 at 2:05 pm
Hello to all patch holders ,prospects and support

I am thinking of building a ARC .Two weeks of rain and that is a lot for Texas . It should be dry by June . We are doing great here ,hope everyone else is also. We should be close to 1000 post .
LLRBF TWIN
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
LOTS OF RAIN HERE ALSO. 67 MORE TO GO
Brother BD from Thompson Falls wrote on 05/17/2021 at 8:57 am
Greetings Boss, all my Brothers, Prospects and Supports. I got home from the NW Spring Run last and had a great time! I met up with Brother Dutch for the run and it was a fun ride! What a tuneup for our National run. It was good to see my fellow NW Brothers and meet our two Prospects. I believe they will be a great addition to our Brotherhood! I am ready to hit the road for National now! I have to put new shoes on the scoot and that will be done next week sometime. Take care all my Brothers! See you at National!
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
YES WE ARE ALL WAITING TO MEET AND GREET ,GLAD YOU ALL HAD A GREAT SPRING RUN...........SOMEDAY !!!!!!!!!!!!! I HOPE TO MAKE IT.........
GearBox from Surprise wrote on 05/16/2021 at 11:06 pm
Greetings Boss, Patched Brothers, Support, Prospects , etc. Long couple of days boss, super busy. Housing market is so crazy here that our agent didn't even have to post house ( she has buyers waiting ). Nice family came to see it thurs nite and put in bid within an hour. Felt good to sell to them, They had been waiting for few months but kept being outbid. I said screw that and paid it forward. I sold them ours for the zillow estimate. The buyer's wife was so happy and cried a little and said asked why are we not trying to have a bid war. I told her I have been truly blessed, made it home from country, Have great friends and brothers, great wife, etc. ( I think the good Lord approved cause we put in bid on house not far from Brother Twin and they accepted offer. ) Now the fun starts, insp, appraisial, sign and close etc. ( and the most fun part, packing LOL. ) No time for wind right now, but thats ok, Will get plenty in TX. All is good our AO. Thoughts and prayers to all on mend. Be safe all. LLRBF NVFFNV
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
GOOD NEWS ALL OVER FOR YOU AND WIFE
Rebel from Lees Summit wrote on 05/16/2021 at 8:04 pm
Greetings to Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, patched brothers, prospects, and support. I’m looking forward to getting my colors as soon as we can get it scheduled. Nationals is just a little over a month out and it sounds like we’ll have a nice group there. Hope everyone is in good health and preparing for the trip.
See you all in June,
MLL&R,
Rebel
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
WITH THE WEATHER LOOKING GOOD I HOPE WE CAN GET TOGETHER SOON
THUMPER from P-Burg, Ohio wrote on 05/16/2021 at 7:47 pm
Greetings, Boss Skinner, Regional Presidents, Patched Members, Prospects, and Supports.
All is well in my AO, Not getting much riding in due to the care that is required for my mother. I'm not complaining because I'm 73 and most men my age don't have their mother. I am truly blessed.
I feel bad that I missed our Spring Run but Wild Horses couldn't keep me away from Nationals!
Congratulations to Doc Gonzo on his rolling Hotel. Sending prayers for our new prospect. Hang tight my Brother.
Hope to see you all very soon in good health and High Spirits.
Till then, this is THUMPER
Over but Never OUT................LLRBF.........NVMCFFNVMC
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
FAMILY ALWAYS FIRST,THANK GOD YOU STILL HAVE YOUR MOM.
Wayne wayne from Bow, Wa wrote on 05/14/2021 at 11:33 pm
Its 1900 hr here at soap lake. I would like to say have a great evening.to President Skinner, Patched Brothers, Prospects, and our Support.
We are having pizza and bud light. We are setting in the shade enjoying each others company, and this is what sets and maintains the Brotherhood this Club has. Every one seems to be full and happy of one or the other. The old clock has struck 2100, and the sun has set, and most of us are ready to hit the sack. Its been a good day, everyone ride safe, be safe. KILO out.
Admin Reply by: raymondkoch
THANKS FOR THE UPDATE ENJOY AND RIDE SAFE