April 13, 2010


Yesterday, I participated in my 17th Patriot Guard Rider mission. Sad to say, it was a funeral mission. Another Veteran has gone to meet his maker.

I much prefer meeting the Troops as they come back home, but I feel honored that in some small way that I and my fellow Riders can demonstrate to the families of the deceased that many in our Nation still respect their loved ones for their Service, and that we will continue to do so as long as we exist.

What stood out in this particular mission was that the deceased was a fellow biker and chose to take his Last Ride in a special hearse:


Hope I get the same for my Last Ride...and I hope that ride is in the far distant future.

I would urge all of you that ride to check out the PGR and maybe join us on future missions. Believe me, it will do your soul good. You don't need to be a veteran, you don't even need to be a rider; you just have to have respect for the sacrifices our military men and women make every day on our behalf.


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