Pictures of meets...your Jeep...etc
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- Curb Crawler
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Thanks, and I hope you didn't think I was being a smart-a**, I know many people won't agree with the flags but I have my reasons. I ride with many veterans going back as far as VietNam and I have had many friends and riding buddies injured or lost in their service to our country. This is my way of honoring them and keeping them on the trail with us when they can't be here. I have great respect for our country and those who protect it and many have had the honor of serving when I have not, some have given all so that I have the opportunity to see these beautiful scenes. I do not look at the dirt on those flags as a disgrace, but as a tribute to those who wish they could be there with us. In my mind it's the mentality behind the use of the flag that's important, not so much the flag itself. I don't "drag" them through the mud, I fly them proudly to remember all those I've lost and remind those that are still here that I will never forget their sacrifices - I hope you can understand this but I appreciate your opinion as well because you have that right, for that's what the flags really stand for.
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