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That is one of the most beautiful trees I've seen. What a great tribute to Vinnie, I still put my passenger pegs down for him every June.
Thanks for the picture, Dave
A picture From Heather's Wedding, Ryan has the Blue Shirt and Jacob has a Gray Shirt. Jacob was only about 6 when Vinnie was killed and now is all grown up and in Collage. Picture was taken in Seattle 3 years ago. Heather is a little more grown up then when She rode with You and so is Ryan.
Hope this is not boring You
John and Lil (vinniesparents0 IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES GOD BLESS
Sorry to see how few people have responded to You on the Forum, I guess everyone really is just on Facebook these days.
We don't have a Facebook account and don't intend to get One but everyone to their Own Choice I guess.
Have A good day and lot of LOVE
JOHN & LIL (vinniesparents) IF TOMORROW NEVER COMES GOD BLESS
Thanks for responding, guys. I just signed up as a Facebook friend with Bill Wood today. I am worried about Walt. He did not respond to my motorcycle views request. I will wait to see what Bill has to say. I sure do hope I get this train back on track again in the forum. But who knows.
Wow, it did some growing. Thanks for posting John/Lil.
Thought I posted but maybe not. Gotten out of touch I guess.
The concert was great. I had intended to go down on Wednesday but it didn't work our. I was too lazy. I got up on Thursday and headed out. Went 30 mils and stopped for gasoline. Good thing I did as I had forgotten my wallet. Drive back 30 miles a nd try it again. Don't mind the extra miles. It let the rain go away. I got there noonish. Mostly "locals" this year, One group was from Japan This was their seventh appearance. Lots of fun even if it wore me out. It was an all outdoor event. It was a block to the porta-potties. A block in another direction to the food vendors. Add together the area was three blocks by four blocks of open area.
What is the situation in NE regarding the farm land? Couldn’t get over the tv coverage I saw. We have had a bad year up here in ND. Still got crops in the fields and a major storm is moving in. Was going to ride to KS and visit some bike museums and a former forum member but the road conditions in your state spooked me. I’ve also been wanting to ride the Smak-Dab run from Lebanon KS to Rugby ND. Maybe next year. Marcus was the forum member I spoke of. Saw him and his mom when I rode to Dodge City KS for the Cannonball run lay over. Will try and stay in touch.
Glad you had a good time despite the setbacks, Jerry.
Johnnie, it's hit and miss as far as farm land goes, along the Missouri, Platte, and Elkhorn Rivers it is a mess. There was a large creek that flooded Kearney badly. I'm on the north coast of Nebraska, between Sioux City, IA and Yankton, SD (I know, right?). In our area there are rolling hills which are well drained and we were late getting the crops in but did get planted. I just started cutting soybeans yesterday and it is beginning to rain now as that big system rolls in. Several roads were closed in NE because of water over them and bridges being washed out. Hopefully next summer will be a better ride through NE. Highway 12 from Willis to Spencer is my go to ride. Then on to Valentine or north across Ft. Randall dam to Dakota.
I feel badly for the farmers who have been affected by the weather, this business is so capital intensive and the young guys are having a rough time. I'm in my 60's and pretty well established, but the markets and weather are beating up my retirement accounts a bit!.
Take care, Dave