It happened so fast, a million people converged on the Black Hills in a flash, and now it’s in the past.
Thanks again to those who packed Harley Tracks on their ride home. Ken, from WI, was the first to order the book on his return home – Thank you Ken.
Since my return I’ve sent books to a magazine editor for a review and post, and to radio and tv hosts for reviews and interviews. On this cloud covered day, a great review came out of the blue; Henry Zeybel, an editor at Vietnam Veterans of America, sent notice of his review of Harley Tracks published in their VVA Magazine. His words of recognition and praise humbled me. (Read them in the About Page, or a full length in Book Review II at http://vvabooks.wordpress.com) I thought of those I rode for with the urge to ride, but rain, city traffic, and sense kept the Fat Boy in the garage.
It’s 350+ days until the 2016 Sturgis Rally. In the meantime I have book signings scheduled.
Aug. 22: 3rd Annual Ride for the Troops, 65 Pub & Grub, Blaine MN
Aug. 28 & 29: Operation LZ, Forest City IA. I’m not registered to vend, but I’ll be there.
Sept. 12 & 13: Arts and Crafts Fair, Little Falls MN – near the American Legion.
Sept. 17 – 20: Howard County 33 Annual Vietnam Veterans Reunion, Greentown IN.
I look forward to meeting many, and to sharing a great story and keeping in memory those who gave all.
Keep a part of Memorial Day in each day.