The salute by the gentelman on the bike at the end was extremely moving for some reason.Great video!!!!!
Something alse. Anyone heard from fasthair or motorhead?
Nice post. That Marine's arm looks pretty heavy.
I can't comment on this. There is nothing I can say that would do any justice to it.Raw and Precious. Be a part of it every day.
Each year Memorial Day weekend is host to the Rolling Thunder run in Washington DC. The run originated in 1987 as a demonstration for Prisoners of War (POW) and soldiers Missing in Action (MIA) after the Vietnam War ended. Today it has evolved into a (quarter-million bike strong) demonstration of patriotism and respect for soldiers and veterans from all wars.I suppose we are lucky that this event is in our back yard, only 2 hours away. Many of our families, friends, and brothers attend each year religiously. I get all choked up every time I even think about it.God bless!
Incredibly moving, brings a lump to my throat - that's another thing I have on my list; take part in the Rolling Thunder. Who knows? It may happen one day.Nice new look by the way Stephanie.
This is as it SHOULD be! What an awesome video. I sincerely hope next year I can do the Run for the Wall Ride. I had hoped for this year, but some things came up I had to take care of. Thanks for sharing this ! ! ! !
Very cool! ;-) Love the dressed blues!
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