When I arrived there where numerous other people there. Here are, left to right: Jody of "Project Jody: A Cadence for Life" talking to Sherrie, Pattie & Lance, Joe and Gary.
This is Chris, the Vice President of the Wichita Falls Texas Ruff Ryders, there to lend his support with several other members of the Ruff Ryders.
This is Jody talking with TX SCREW, President of the Wichita Falls Ruff Ryders and Chris.
This is Louis and his daughter Lisa. Louis has been riding with us for sometime now.
The guy in the maroon cap is Mike. Mike is our Sr. North Texas PGR Ride Captain.
This is Geneiveve (in the middle) Flip (the guy with Jesus #1 patch) and Wilda at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home. I do not know the members name that Flip is talking to.
We go to the support trucks to get our flags, unfurl them and then walk to our position in the flag lines. In the right corner is Joe (maroon cap) and his wife, Sherrie (blue bandana). The folks with the maroon caps or maroon bandanas are PGR Ride Captains.
We were joined by the Wichita Falls Ruff Ryders, the Green Knights Chapter 54, C.M.A. (Christian Motorcyclists Association, Glory Bound Chapter), the Boozefighters, and the Blue Knights TX XX.
This is Patti & Lance, Joe & Ted. Great people to be associated with. Ted & Lance are also Vietnam Vets.
This is me, Patti & Lance, Joe & Sherrie and Ted
This is Gary, Patti & Lance. Joe & Sherry and Ted. Gary is one of our North Texas PGR Ride Captains and also a Vietnam Vet.
The flag line lining the entrance to the funeral home as seen from my position in line
This is Kat, and Larry. Kat is Larry's daughter and Larry is also the Vice President of the Green Knights Chapter 54
The flag line by the Bay Doors at the Owens & Brumley Funeral Home. Standing on the right side of the open doors is Wilda and Rich, members of the Green Knights Chapter 54. Rich is the President of The Green Knights Chapter 54.
The flag line facing the funeral home
This is Angela. She rode her Trike up from Windthorst, Tx with her husband, Nubbin, who also rode his trike.
The flag line continued inside the garage area to the door into the funeral home
The flag line at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home. The guy walking between the flag lines, is Bobby, who is the official North Texas PGR photographer
This is Ted and Jody. They stayed busy handing out water and relieving the members in the flag line. It was in the 90's and we were standing the flag line for 3 1/2 hours.
This is the President of the Wichita Falls Texas Ruff Ryders, TX Screw, and Joe, one of our North Texas PGR Ride Captains.
This is Larry's family, all are PGR Members. Left to right: Geneiveve, Larry and their daughter, Kat..
Another view of the East side of the flag line..
Larry looks on as I take another picture of the Green Knights Chapter 54..
Another view of the flag line facing the Funeral Home. Sherrie is in the blue bandana,second from the end.
The people in the Flag Line wearing winter camo pants, are members of the Wichita Falls Ruff Ryders
Kat smiles as I take a picture of her and Larry, her dad..
The flag line below the Owens & Brumley Funeral Home sign and the US 287/US281 Northbound overpass.
This is Kirby. He is Jody's husband and a very active member in the PGR, Project Jody and several other clubs & organizations. As well as a good friend.
Ted at the Owens & Brumley Funeral Home
This is the back patch of the The Green Knights Chapter 54.
Kevin (in the yellow shirt), Jimmy and Sherrie (sitting on the loading dock taking a break) standing the flag line and long time members of the PGR
Niki & Flip standing in the flag line. Niki and Flip are very active members in the C.M.A and at our church, Broken Chains Freedom Church.
Niki & Flip at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home. I do know know the member to Flip's left, in the white shirt.
That's Kenny in the middle. I worked with him for years. He is a first responder with the local ambulance service and I was an accident investigator with the local Police Department. We saw a lot of each other and he knew what he was doing. At the time, if any thing had happened to me, I would of hoped he was there first. Great & dedicated medic and friend.
This is our good friend Ector. He is now a member of the PGR..
The last picture of Part II is of our good friends, Lance & Pattie. They were involved in a motorcycle accident in Abilene Texas awhile back and have just recently returned to riding . It sure was great seeing them again..
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Until next post, ya'll be careful out there, keep the rubber on the road, keep your head on a swivel and most importantly of all.................................RIDE SAFE .................JOHN