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Check out the Blog Archives to read about our cross country motorcycle road trip from MA to CA this summer. We attended the Annual 2011 National Women On Wheels® Ride-In in San Jose CA. Then we just rode. We traveled over 11,000 motorcycle miles in what ever direction we wanted to go. We visited friends and family, saw the country, met some amazing people. We made memories we'll never forget. These memories are what THIS BLOG is made of! Enjoy them while we make MORE memories worthy of posting here for your enjoyment.
After the Middleboro Parade, we hurried our way to the staging area for the Taunton Parade.
We got to ride with a WWII veteran who is in his 80s. He flew his American flag from his bike.
Warren and I flew American and POW/MIA flags from our bikes.
The staging area was a good chance to get to know people.
We got to see the part of the parade that was in front of us as they went by in formation and order of the parade.
There were three men who were WWII veterans who were marching. I get goose bumps just writing of them as they proudly walked along the parade route. I had to walk to the edge of the street and clap for them as they passed by.
We rode right in front of the Taunton Area Vietnam Veterans. It was such an honor to be invited to lead them.
Memorial Day always means something to me. It's not about the entertainment of having a parade...
It's to honor those who defended our freedom since the beginning or our great United States of America.