I am writing this in response to all my friends and acquaintances and those of you who could be strangers, but are not because we all share that one thing in common that we all love. That chrome horse that “Bob Dylan” mentioned in his song “LIKE A ROLLING STONE”. [I'm not sure that is what he meant but it sure seems like it], you know what I mean it kinda goes like this:
You used to ride on your chrome horse with your diplomat: Who carried on his shoulder a siamese cat. I know this goes back aways but for those of us who have been around for awhile we remember. Maybe some of you have a different look on that but does it really matter I can think what I want, this is America, land of the free and the home of the brave, right?
Anyway back to the subject at hand I am talking about our Harleys that sit in the garage till the sun comes up and gets polished every day. If you don’t own a Harley that’s ok I respect anyone who sits on two wheels and I love you all but like my friends used to tell me before I owned one, [Things are different on a Harley] and I discovered that they were right after I had my first test ride. I could hardly wait to get my own and shortly thereafter I did. It was a Softail Custom and I have since purchased another Softail and it is still my favorite.
There’s a feeling that you get while riding that is undecribable and those of you who own one know what I am writing here is true. Like when you are sitting at a stop light among alot of cars and you know most eyes are on you, wondering who you are, where are you going and how it feels to be riding that Harley.
When you have problems or are worried about something or have had a rough day at the office, so to speak, you can get on your Harley and ride somewhere, anywhere, up the street , around the block or a short trip out in the country, the ride will ease your mind and soften the blow of those problems or that hard day you had. It’s like medicine for the soul, [GOD must have made them, actually he did, it was his idea].
Well I will sign off for now and promise to write more later.
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