Harley Tracks covered a lot of miles in 2016. I wish my Fat Boy would have logged as many! Summer blasted past, but memories remain. I was humbled by comments from many readers I met on my return to venues I attended in 2015. Those who gave all–are not forgotten–with a story like no other.

However, the year is not over. I have a busy schedule in they final 10 weeks, and invitations continue to come in. Besides personal presentations, I connect with groups via a Zoom program over the internet. Pretty cool! I enjoy the audience’s curiosity with questions and chats that extend my 40 minute presentation up to two hours.

Great news this morning with an invitation from KQRS for a chat with Tom Barnard on his morning show at 8 am, Nov. 11, (Veterans Day). It will be a phone interview because I’ll be at the All Veterans Reunion in Branson MO. More good news: Because Harley Tracks is now available through Barnes & Noble, I have a book signing at the Maple Grove store on Oct. 29. I’m a small guy with a big story, and hope for a hometown preference for a stage presentation at the Minneapolis International Motorcycle Show in Feb. 2017.

Harley Tracks is also available now from Amazon.com, and an e-book is in the works. Except for the e-book, your cost is about the same, shipping and handling charges vary among my site, Amazon, and B&N, and my take from Amazon, and especially B&N is less. Keep in mind, the more I sell from this site, the more I’ll have to share with veteran’s and civic causes, as those I rode for would be happy about.

I’ve posted a few photos from recent travels, and there’s more at Harley Tracks Facebook, just click on link, (posted on the Home Page), and CLICK on LIKE.

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At Kokomo with my NVAR Bro Patrick

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Kokomo: Headdog leading by example, and Bootlegger with the salute!

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Kokomo: Me & Dan with his Harley Tracks

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Kokomo: My honor to meet Sammy L. Davis, Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, and his wife, Dixie. He loved Harley Tracks, and I’m reading my signed copy of his story, “You Don’t Lose “Till You Quit Trying”; an amazing story of courage, although, he says he was just doing his job.

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SD Vietnam Memorial 10th Anniversary, Pierre SD

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Pond side of the SD Veterans Memorial

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I rode with a Bob in his 1959 Pontiac Bonneville.

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Met this guy at my stop for breakfast on the way home from SD. 1928 Ford, a barn find that had been sitting on blocks for 30 years. All things considered, it’s in immaculate shape. Price: $5,000

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Memorial at a country cemetery; a peaceful setting.

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The Great Pumpkin Patch in Minnesota, from which the Great Pumpkin will rise.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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41,000 miles across Vietnam in Faith and Honor, with a playful Vengeance.

 
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