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Wednesday, January 24, 2007

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As you can see I haven't been keeping this blog up. Click the link above to go to my main blog, where my recent entries have been posted.


Saturday, April 08, 2006

Howard Lowe memorial Run at the Roadhouse

I went to the Howard Lowe Memorial Run for the Vets at the Roadhouse today. There was a very good turnout, and most of the clubs were there.

Here is a couple of pictures of the Memorial plaque that Cadillac and and friends had made. It is very nice;

Next, a photo of two pics of Howard messing around;

Finally, the group of guys I rode with on the memorial run. we had a great time, and we even extended the run to include some additional country milage to get away from the cars for a while.

After the run, I got a burger at the Roadhouse, and there was live music, Justin had karaoke, a raffle, a silent auction, and a live auction. Lots of fun!

Monday, April 03, 2006

Miracle Lives !

Debbie and I went up to Hill Country Motorcycles in Liberty Hill after Church, and with lots of help from Ken, we managed to get Miracle started. Miracle as most of you know is Debbie's 1973 Harley Davidson FLH, that she has been rebuilding from the ground up for a couple of years now. Anyway, with some scotch tape, bailing wire, a battery, some jumper cables and a bit of gasoline, we got Miracle to putt putt, which is a very good sign that she will run when we get everything that remains to be done completed. Click here or the title to see the video.

Debbie, preparing Miracle for our attempt to start her for the first time since beginning this ground up rebuild in February of 2004.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Granger lake Fellowship Ride

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Sunday, December 11, 2005

New Life Riders Christmas Party

We had our chapter Christmas party last night at the Millers, with lots of great food and socializing. I took some video, which as usual isn't too good, but you can click on the title above to see it. Here are some pictures Debbie took and one from Paula too. Click on a picture to see a larger version.

Scotty after receiving his HALO hat from Paula

Admiring the '57 Chevy

Giggling about something. whatever it was, it must have been very funny!

Bill in the middle, looking down, opening his present.

The food and sodas were great. Ho, Ho, Ho! Me in the background with the Santa hat on, and jay on the right with his Santa hat.

The boys, lined up waiting for the gift exchange.

And finally, last but not least, Janice posing beside the Christmas Tree. She dresses up real nice.

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Leaving Beverly's Bar for Toy Run

A group of six our New Life Riders (CMA) chapter members went to the Austin Toy Run Sunday December 4th, we left Beverlys at 12:00 noon. The Toy run was to benefit the Helping Hand Home for Children. We each brought an unwrapped toy. There was a BBQ afterwords at Beverlys and music. The ride went to the childrens home on 38th 1/2 st.

Everyone is heading out to the children's home carrying toys for the kids to the downtown location. We were part of a very large group, and the ride was very exciting. Of course the kids were happy to see us as well. CLICK the title to watch the video, or click HERE.

Sunday, November 20, 2005

Debbie Helps Ken with an Oil Change

Went out to Liberty Hill Motorcycles Saturday to visit Ken, and Debbie got to get her hands dirty helping Him do a service on a Sportster. To watch the video, Click HERE. The video is actually of Ken checking and adjusting the Primary chain tention.

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Then we went out to Tina & Lisa's house to see the new garage they are building. The building is up, and it is rugged indeed. All welded construction with 2 inch square framing members, all wleded to steel embedded into the concrete slab. John is helping with the electrical. To watch the video, Click HERE

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After you watch the videos, you will realize my video technique will never win me any awards, but I do have fun taking them.

Thursday, November 17, 2005

More on the Texas FallOut Rally

This year, True Few President Casey (he is also UCOA chairman), Bandido OneWire (President of the J. W. Rock Foundation), and BAM BAM (VP of True Few) were interviewed by FOX news Wednesday morning at 6:45 AM. I recorded it and made a video, but I wasn't given permission to put the video on the web, so I can't show it to you. The good news though, is that I got video of some of the events at the rally and I have put that up on Here are the links for the videos I took at the rally;

Loud Yelling Contest, you can guess what that was about.

Miss UCOA Dressing, more harmless than you might think, the ladies had to put on chaps, leather jacket and helmets, then mount their horse which was a wooden sawhorse.

And finally, Barrel Racing, where you had to ride your bike in a figure eight patern around barrels as fast as you can and get back to the starting line.

They were all fun to watch. The audio on the Barrel Racing video is not good, my camera has too much sensitivity on the audio, and gets easily overloaded, so it's pretty garbled.

For those of you that can't view the videos, here is a sampling of photos from the FallOut 2005.

Here, Debbie is posing beside our camp site. We are camped behind the ghost town, and notice that there isn't much around. That's because there was only one other tent out there that weekend. Everyone else either camped in a building, or went home in the evening.

Here we have the beginning of a slow race.

Jay and Kelly playing the ball drop game.

Jay racing around a cone, as fast as he can. Harleys don't turn that well, especially on dirt.

Me out in front of the men's out house.

The food was great!

The dressing contest was lots of fun.

And the yelling contest was LOUD!