December 2019

Snow covers the Land of 10,000 Lakes (Minnesota), and consequently, the riding season is over. But another great season it was; riding for those who can’t. Like many in the north country, I’ve torn the Fat Boy down to the engine and frame for minor repairs and clean up in preparation for the bike shows in Feb and Mar.

(My annual May ride on the NVAR was another success. Mpls to Sacramento to D.C. and back to visit veterans in homes and hospitals on the 10 ride, CA to D.C. was another emotional roller coaster. Then in July, I rode down to AZ to my Brother Mike’s, whom I met in Vietnam, and write about in my book. We had rode coast to coast, and in July we rode border to border for those who never had the chance. Hwy 191 is an All American byway with National Parks, Forests, Monument, deserts, and mountain passes.)

I’m learning more about the literary world, and it’s tough for a naive indie author, but I have a great review from Kirkus. They’re not cheap, but their reviews are unbiased and recognized by many book buyers and readers. It goes well in support of the many readers comments posted on that page, along with comments in conversation with readers across the land. Check it out.

I’ll have more news in the New Year, so please check back.

In the meantime, I wish all a Merry Christmas with many Blessings, and a Happy and Healthy New Year.

As you celebrate the season, remember those who sacrificed, and continue to sacrifice, for us; the fallen veterans, those now serving, and all of their families.

Thank you & Never Forget

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2 Responses to “December 2019”

  1. Eddie Zirkel

    Hi Mike,
    I bet your Fat Boy looks great. Still remember that great time we had having lunch and fellowship in Santa Cruz. a few years ago. I’m Eddie and I was with David, and a couple other riders from Shoreline Community Church in Monterey.
    Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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    • Mike Rinowski

      Hi Ed,
      Nice to hear from you. I remember that day very well, and having lunch with you guys. I trust all is well with you, and wish you and yours a Merry Christmas and Wonderful New Year, also. I’ll be back in Auburn CA in mid-May for my annual ride for our veterans.
      Be well my friend.

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