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Linda Bates Terrell 
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Re: “Motorcycle men

I see his concern. Yes, it was a well written story and showed his caring side for sure. But not all motorcycle stores turn out so lovely and serene. Many soldiers back from Vietnam, it is their only true feeling of brotherhood as they had in the service. Maybe its like an itch they try to scratch but never can reach from their unique pasts, and facing the morning sunrise in the saddle of a Harley or such is the only true freedom they will ever feel inside their minds and hearts. From their own service time spent to attain freedom for all. The story was a beautiful side of the part of motorcycle riding and the bonds made, and made a heartfelt point of many who ride.

Posted by Linda Bates Terrell on 12/30/2014 at 9:52 AM

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