Better late than never! I left Mpls MN on the 16th and caught up with the National Veterans Awareness Riders in Des Moines. Since then, the days have been a whirlwind; stopping at Vets Homes and hospitals, and schools, three square meals from Legions, VFW's or AMVETS (I've never eaten so well on a road trip!) Meeting all the Vets was a pleasure, and the scenery across America was magnificent. A screaming ride through Indianapolis at 70-80, under police escort, across freeways shut down for our passing was a blast. After 41,000 miles across the trails of Vietnam, riding the same Fat Boy on the Run to the Wall was an emotional climax to an adventure of a lifetime. Made the Protest Run through DC today. As with each day of the trip so far, it was another experience to behold, and humbled. Leaving for Ground Zero in the morning. Days have been great, but after washing the road grime off, doing a mail check and a couple of blogs, my lights go out. For more photos and info, you can check out Harley Tracks Facebook fan page - blog at web site noted.