The 75th

August 9, 2015

There are moments in your life that you have to stop & recognize… 

 

This is one of those monumental moments for me. Spending nearly 10 days at the 75th rally in South Dakota will go down as one of the highlights of my life… I connected with new friends that I feel as if I have known forever & tacked on a good many miles with amazing women & men that love the road as much as I do. I also took in some of the most beautiful scenery on the planet. The Black Hills have a spirit within them… you FEEL it while winding around its pristine streams, up the rigid mountains & through the deep canyons. It is a raw beauty that gave me a real sense of peace & serenity from within… 

 

Then… 

 

There were ALL those wild & crazy nights of chaos & mayhem! Let's just say I had plenty of time to get in touch with my "inner child” LOL!!!!! Hopefully some of those photos don’t end up on Facebook… BUT if they do… oh well, mom… It was SO worth it! 

 

I got to mix more than drinks… I got to mix my two loves…

MUSIC + MOTORCYCLES… My group THE FARM performed with Thompson Square at The Deadwood Mountain Grand & 2 shows at the HARLEY-DAVIDSON stage in downtown Sturgis… talk about an awesome few days at the office : ))))

 

Last but definitely not least, leading the 4th annual "Haulin’ For Heroes” ride along side Keifer of Thompson Square, John Paul DeJoria & war hero, Niles Harris of the 173rd Airborne. The ride supports the Wounded Warrior Project. The men & woman that fight for our freedom & their families, are the REAL celebrities of this country. I was both honored, humbled & grateful to be a part of such a meaningful day… 

 

I pray everyone rides safely on their journeys home from the 75th rally… & that we all meet up next year & relive it all over again…

 

xox KM99

 

#SturgisOrBust #L3 #Music #Motorcycles #75th 

 

 

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